Neighborhood Health Clinics’ medical and dental offices are located in federally designated Medically Underserved Areas where few other medical or dental services are available. We provide comprehensive primary care and supportive services to meet the needs of the whole patients that we serve. Our services are available to everyone regardless of income or insurance coverage.
We achieved the status of Patient Centered Medical Home- Level 2 in May of 2014. Patient Centered Medical Home recognition shows that we are a primary healthcare organization that provides an emphasis on coordination and communication – providing patients what they want – a focus on themselves and all of their healthcare needs.
In 2016, Neighborhood Health Clinics provided medical/dental care to 15,644 individuals, with a total of 25,114 medical visits and 17,294 dental visits. Each month, over 12,000 children ages 0-5, pregnant, and postpartum women receive nutrition counseling and vouchers for nutritious food from Neighborhood Health Clinics’ WIC program in Allen, DeKalb, and Noble Counties.
We currently employ over 130 staff and spend approximately $11.3 million in the community through payroll, supplies, contracted services, equipment, rent, etc.