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Our Outreach and Enrollment team, Anabel Paniagua and James Quixhpe, attended the MLK Celebration at the Cone Center at UNCC on Tuesday.  If you need coverage, it is still possible to enroll in the marketplace through January 31, 2017, for coverage beginning in March.  Our enrollment team can assist you.  Please call the team at 704-384-1979 for an appointment.  James and Anabel are pictured here with Representative Alma Adams, featured speaker at the MLK event.



Goodwill’s massive $22 million Opportunity Campus, home of CCHC West, is done.

Take a quick peek inside: click here. Watch this video created by the Charlotte Chamber for further information.

Medical clinic gets $691,667 to boost care for low-income patients

May 5, 2015,  Charlotte Community Health Clinic has won a federal grant that makes it the city’s second federally qualified health center. Read details here.

Legacy AwardsCharlotte Community Health Clinic Receives Leadership Charlotte Legacy Award in Community Service

May 20, 2014,  Charlotte Community Health Clinic today announced it was awarded the Leadership Charlotte Legacy Award in Community Service. The awards breakfast was held on May 8th at the Hilton Charlotte Center City. Read the full press release here and watch the clinic video below.

Nancy Hudson, Charlotte Community Health Clinic Executive Director, was a guest on WCNC’s Charlotte Today Show on May 14th. Click on the image below to watch the clip:


CCHC Featured in Mecklenburg Medicine Magazine

Mecklenburg Medicine features an article about CCHC’s recent move and continued growth. Read the article on page 9 of the May issue.




Charlotte Community Health Clinic Receives Leadership Charlotte’s Legacy Award in Community Service

Photos from the awards breakfast held on May 8th at the Hilton Charlotte Center City:


North Carolina Health News Article Features Quotes from CCHC’s Denise Howard

NC Health News examines how the ACA is affecting minorities in NC and why CCHC is so needed in this community to bridge this healthcare gap. Read the full article on

Nancy HudsonNancy W. Hudson Named One of Charlotte’s 50 Most Influential Women

Charlotte Community Health Clinic (CCHC) today announced its executive director, Nancy W. Hudson, has been named one of this year’s 50 Most Influential Women by Mecklenburg Times. This award recognizes women who play an important role in the greater Charlotte region, in the economy, and in society. The award will be presented on May 30th.

Read the press release here.

2012 Excellence in Healthcare Awards

The Charlotte Community Health Clinic was honored twice in 2012 by the Charlotte Business Journal for Excellence in Healthcare. Congratulations to our Pediatrics Clinic and to Jill Lipson, Health Education Coordinator, for the honor.

The Charlotte Business Journal’s 2nd Annual Excellence in Health Care Awards honors the region’s top health-care industry leaders, innovators and companies. Our pediatric clinic received an award for Community Partner / Advocate (company) and Jill Lipson, Education Program Coordinator for CCHC, received an award for Education in Health Care (individual).

See the complete story on the Charlotte Business Journal website

A Calling to Care

Our stellar volunteer provider, Dr. James Pugh was quoted in the November issue of World Magazine. A neurologist by trade, Dr. Pugh saw elderly patients struggling with Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. At CCHC he sees young patients with epilepsy, back problems and multiple sclerosis. Like many volunteers, Dr. Pugh became involved with CCHC because another doctor asked him to. He says he continues to volunteer because the work is rewarding, the patients are appreciative and everyone is doing GOOD.

We thank Dr. Pugh for his continued service to our patients and his friendly face in our hallways!

Dr. James Pugh

Community of Care

Charlotte Community Health Clinic was featured in a video as part of the BCBSNC Foundation’s Inspired campaign which features North Carolinians who are “rolling up their sleeves and making a difference in their communities and the state as a whole.”

Watch the video at the website.
Coleman Carter