About SCHC

Shasta Community Health Center is a non-profit primary health care system. SCHC is based in Redding California and serves Shasta and surrounding counties and communities since 1988.

MISSION STATEMENT

Shasta Community Health Center’s mission is to provide quality health care services to the medically underserved populations of our communities.

VISION STATEMENT

Shasta Community Health Center, working with private and public health partners, and by leveraging and efficiently using its limited resources, will help to create a seamless system of access to compassionate, high quality cost-effective primary and preventive health care for all residents of the communities it serves. Shasta Community Health Center strives to improve the health status within the communities it serves, particularly for those residents who are economically or otherwise disadvantaged.

OUR VALUES

CARING AND COMPASSION: We treat those we serve and one another with concern, kindness and respect.

HONESTY AND INTEGRITY: We act openly and truthfully in everything we do.

TEAMWORK: We work together cooperatively, recognizing the power of our combined efforts exceeds what we can accomplish individually.

COMMUNITY: We acknowledge our vital role in local communities, and we seek to understand and serve their needs.

EXCELLENCE AND QUALITY: We are committed to quality and to adding value in every aspect of our work, and we strive to exceed the expectations of our customers.

EDUCATION, TEACHING AND TRAINING: We strive to create an educational environment for our patients, our employees and for the training of medical professionals dedicated to serving the disadvantaged.

Shasta Community Health Center is a private, 501(c)(3) nonprofit community based organization and is a Health Center Program grantee under 42 U.S.C. 254b, and a deemed Public Health Service employee under 42 U.S.C. 233(g)-(n). This is a FTCA deemed facility.

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