Results of test procedures processed on site are reported to the health care provider the same day during regular business hours. Testing and services available through our Laboratory include:
- sfdp sliding fee discount program
- pact family planning
- Presumptive eligibility for pregnant women
- covid19 Vaccine & Testing
- vfc vaccines for children
- vfa vaccines for adults
Federally funded nonprofit health centers or clinics that serve medically underserved areas and populations. Federally qualified health centers provide primary care services regardless of your ability to pay. Services are provided on a sliding scale fee based on your ability to pay.
- Provides comprehensive services and carries out, or arranges for, an annual evaluation of its total program
- Meets other health and safety requirements and Is not concurrently approved as a Rural Health C
- Yes. This is a key requirement of the Health Center Program. However, some health centers may refuse service to patients who have violated health center policie
- Offer services to all, regardless of the person’s ability to pay
- Establish a sliding fee discount program
- Be a nonprofit or public organization
- Be community-based, with the majority of its governing board of directors composed of patients
- Serve a Medically Underserved Area or Population
- Provide comprehensive primary care services
- Have an ongoing quality assurance program
By law, health centers may charge no more than a nominal fee to individuals whose incomes are below the Federal Poverty Level (FPL). Individuals with incomes between 101% and 200% FPL must be charged using a sliding fee scale with discounts based on patient family size and income. For more information about sliding fee scales and nominal fees, see Chapter 9: Sliding Fee Discount Program of the Health Center Compliance Manual.
- 501(c)(3) means a non profit organization that has been recognized by the IRS as being tax-exempt by virtue of its charitable programs.
- A nonprofit corporation that has been given 501(c)(3) status by the IRS is not only tax exempt, but also allows donors write off donation
- 501(c)(3) organizations as compared with other tax exempt entities is the tax deductibility of donations. 26 U.S.C. § 170, provides a deduction, for federal income tax purposes, for some donors who make charitable contributions to most types of 501(c)(3) organizations.
- Like federal law, most states allow for deductibility for state income tax purposes.
- It receives a substantial portion of its revenue from the general public or from government. In order to remain a public charity, a 501(c)(3) must obtain at least 1/3 of its donated revenue from a fairly broad base of public support. Public support can be from individuals, companies and/or other public charities. Donations to public charities can be tax deductible to the individual donor up to 50% of the donor’s income[2,3]. Corporate limits are generally 10%[2,3].
State Licensed Health Care Provider
Dr. Richard Bardowell, M.D.
Dr. Fernando Enrile, M.D.
Bena Won, RN, Ph.D, L.Ac.
Brandon Oh, Ph.D., L.Ac.
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