About Us

Charlotte Community Health Clinic improves the health of the community by providing the highest quality, patient- centered, health care services to everyone seeking care.  Our vision is a healthy community where all individuals, regardless of their ability to pay, have access to comprehensive, coordinated, affordable, quality health care.

This health center receives HHS funding and has Federal Public Health Service (PHS) deemed status with respect to certain health or health-related claims, including medical malpractice claims, for itself and its covered individuals.


Founded in 2000 by a group of committed volunteers, the Clinic offers primary care, behavioral health services, health and wellness education, preventative services, acute and chronic disease management and dental services for pediatric and adult patients.  We offer outreach and enrollment services to assist people in attaining health care benefits through the Affordable Care Act.


With the support of community partners, health care providers, donors, and volunteers, the Clinic bridges the gap to health and wellness in our community.  CCHC patients have access to specialty care, diagnostics, laboratory services, screening mammograms, access to medication and many other services provided by the clinic and out partners throughout the community.

Did you know? Even with the Affordable Care Act, thousands of Charlotte residents remain uninsured. The Clinic helps our neighbors who fall through this healthcare “gap.”  Charlotte Community Health Clinic offers care to uninsured patients on a sliding fee scale.  Additionally, we have specialists on staff to help patients enroll for insurance coverage through the Affordable Care Act.


The Clinic values the diversity reflected in our community. In fact, our patients speak 31 different languages and come from 69 different countries.  Like our patients, our staff is diverse and strive to provide care to each patient in a culturally appropriate way.