The Sacramento County Health Center is a Federally Qualified Health Center that provides primary care and behavioral health services to low-income residents of Sacramento County.
- Adult Primary Care
- Family Medicine, Obstetrics & Gynecology
- Pediatric Primary Care
- Preventative Health Care
- Psychiatry & Mental Health Counseling
- Specialty Care (limited)
- Chronic Disease Management
- Communicable Disease Screening
- On-Site Laboratory and Radiology
- Assistance with Obtaining Health Care Coverage
- UC Davis Department of Family & Community Medicine
- UC Davis Department of Internal Medicine
- UC Davis Department of Pediatrics
- UC Davis Department of Psychiatry
- UC Davis School of Medicine
- UC Davis School of Nursing
- Sacramento Physicians Initiative to Reach out, Innovate, and Teach (SPIRIT)
- Molina Healthcare
- Medi-Cal Fee-for-Service
- Medi-Cal Managed Care (for County Health Center Enrolled Members)
- Healthy Partners enrollees
- Medi-Medi (eligible for both Medicare and Medi-Cal)
- Sliding Fee Scale – you may qualify. Income restrictions apply.
Health Center patients can access personal health information online through MyChart.
COVID-19 (2019 Novel Coronavirus)
If you believe you may be exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19, please limit public exposure and call your Primary Care Physician. Due to the high volume of calls, you may experience a delay and have to leave a message to have your call returned.
For the latest Information about COVID-19, please visit the website for Centers for Disease Control (CDC), California Department of Public Health (CDPH), and/or Sacramento County Public Health.
With the recent news of the release of the first COVID-19 vaccine, we know you likely have a lot of questions about what happens next. For the early stages of vaccine distribution, we will have very little flexibility regarding whom we can offer it. The prioritization will be set by the CDC and the California Department of Public Health. They have announced that the first priority is the healthcare workers in the ER and intensive care units, and residents of nursing homes. At this time, a lot is going on behind the scenes and all our patients are being categorized based on age and medical conditions. People at higher risk of complications will be given higher priority for the vaccine. We do not know how fast the roll-out of the vaccine will occur, so realistically we're looking at some time in the spring to have the vaccine available to a large number of people. We want you to know we appreciate the trust you’ve placed in us to be partners in your health, and we will keep you informed as we work out details. In the meantime, we’re continuing to take extra precautions to help keep everyone safe. Please continue to wear masks and practice physical distancing.
CDC Face Mask Recommendations
Managing Stress & Anxiety
Unemployment & Other Benefits
Other Resources & Information
Translation efforts coordinated by Kimberly Ngo, medical student at UC Davis, and resources translated and compiled by undergraduate students from Hmong Lifting Underserved Barriers (H. L. U. B.) Clinic, Marina Shatskikh from Nadezhda Clinic, UC Davis medical students (Aida Nasirishargh, Angelina Mikityuk, Eric Ovruchesky, Harveen Sekhon, Kao Houa Vang, Kim Tran, Manuel Fierro, Samantha Wong), and University of Pittsburgh medical student and Sacramento local Simon Edber.
Building Healthy Communities Handout:
Thank you to Drs Flora Chang, Swati Patki, and Shelby McLaughlin-Patel, as well as Building Healthy Communities, for compiling and sharing these resources.
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