We prioritize programs that expand access to care and improve health quality and outcomes. These include keeping the community covered by advancing and streamlining enrollment into Medi-Cal, Covered California and HealthPAC. We focus on access to HIV/AIDS services in addition to primary medical, behavioral and dental care and community health and wellness.
#Health4AllWe believe that everyone has a right to quality, affordable health care regardless of race, income or immigration status. Disease and sickness recognize neither borders nor documentation. #Health4All makes for smart public health. ALERT – For information about the Proposed Rule change to Public Charge, see our information page.
Oral HealthMore people than ever have insurance that includes a dental benefit. People with good oral health are more job ready, have greater self-esteem and better overall health.
HIV and HCV ScreeningGet East Bay Tested! was a collaboration between the Alameda Health Consortium and its member health centers between 2014 and 2017: Asian Health Services La Clínica LifeLong Medical Care Tiburcio Vasquez Health Center Tri-City Health Center The original goal of GEBT! was to integrate HIV testing as seamlessly as possible into primary care workflows at community […]
Specialty Care Task ForceThe Alameda Health Consortium and Community Health Center Network aim to improve access to specialty care for residents of the county. Specialty Care Dinners for Primary Care Providers Mini-Fellowships for Primary Care Providers
Patient-Centered Health HomeHIV ACCESS Patient-Centered Medical Home Demonstration Project The PCMH Project is using technological innovation and collaborative learning to support HIV ACCESS clinics in the journey toward Patient-Centered Medical Home transformation. Funded by the California HIV/AIDS Research Program, the PCMH Demonstration Project leverages the HIV ACCESS network’s long history of partnership. Implementing the project in the context of an […]
Integrating Behavioral HealthThe Alameda Health Consortium provides coordination, training, and technical assistance to community health centers that are integrating behavioral health care with primary care services. The Alameda Health Consortium works in partnership with Alameda County Behavioral Health Care Services.
After Hours Medical On-Call SystemThe After-Hours Medical On-Call System is a program that ensures that health center patients can speak to a clinician for consultations about urgent care issues when health centers are closed for the day. Through the program, health centers pool resources and schedule clinicians to be on-call after traditional office hours to offer telephone advice for […]
Access to HIV ServicesPrimary Medical Care Nearly 6,500 people in Alameda County are living with HIV/AIDS. HIV ACCESS is a thriving network of community health centers and hospital-based health clinics working together to ensure that all people living with HIV in Alameda County receive high quality, affordable primary medical care. The HIV ACCESS network is funded by the Ryan White […]