About Us

Charlotte Community Health Clinic’s mission is to provide the highest quality, patient-centered healthcare services for low-income and other underserved individuals.

We envision a healthy community where all individuals, regardless of ability to pay, will have access to comprehensive, coordinated healthcare.


Founded in 2000 by a group of committed volunteers, the Clinic offers primary care, behavioral health services, and health and wellness education for pediatric and adult patients.  We treat uninsured patients as well as those covered by Medicaid, Medicare, and most major health insurance plans.


With the support of community partners, healthcare providers, donors and volunteers, the Clinic bridges the gap to health and wellness for those without other means of medical care.  Over 51% our of Board of Directors are patients at our clinically making them uniquely qualified to represent the interests and perspectives of our patients.

Did you know? Even with the Affordable Care Act, thousands of Charlotte residents remain uninsured. CCHC helps our neighbors who fall through this healthcare “gap.”


The Clinic values the diversity reflected in our community. In fact, our patients speak 31 different languages and come from over 50 different countries.  Our staff also is diverse;  67% of our staff represent minority populations.