Community Health Centers
Mission Neighborhood Health Center is committed to compassionate, culturally competent and comprehensive health care services.
We strive to provide services for the medically underserved with a focus on the Latino/Hispanic Spanish speaking community and its neighbors.
Mission Neighborhood Health Center dares to imagine a vision of equity, parity and inclusion of Latino Hispanics and their neighbors in the pursuit of culturally competent health care, proactive prevention education and universal access to well being for the emerging generations of the third millennium.
The community-based, non-profit partner clinics of the San Francisco Community Clinic Consortium (SFCCC) are cornerstones in San Francisco's health care delivery system. From 1956 to 1992, these clinics were created in under-served neighborhoods to ensure that people who are at greatest risk for poor health outcomes – due to such things as lack of insurance, low-income or homelessness – did not continue to fall between the cracks in our health care system.
The SFCCC partnership (SFCCC with its partner clinics) provides primary care services to over 70,000 San Franciscans each year. Together we work toward a future in which all people have access to quality, community-based health care provided in a culturally, linguistically and population-sensitive manner. (To view SFCCC’s Diversity & Affirmative Action Policy click here).