About Shasta Community Health Center

Shasta Community Health Center (SCHC) is a non-profit primary health care system and is a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC). SCHC is based in Redding, California and has served Shasta County and surrounding counties and communities since 1988. Shasta Community Health Center's mission is to provide quality health care services to the medically under-served populations of the community. Since inception, the health center has grown steadily and now includes outlying clinic facilities in Anderson, Happy Valley and Shasta Lake City. SCHC has implemented a full Electronic Medical Records system since 2008 that links all clinics and HOPE vans, is remotely accessible and facilitates recertification and research pursuits. A full time IT staff supports our clinicians and is readily available for assistance when needed. Providers are provided with a laptop device specifically to allow remote and secure access to records and clinic database.
 
With a recently constructed state-of-the-art three story clinic building at it's flagship health center in Redding, SCHC provides primary medical, pediatric and dental services, mental health, urgent care, specialty consults, telemedicine, and HIV services. SCHC specializes in health care for the homeless, provides a ready point of access for the developmentally disabled population, and is a primary resource for medical treatment of substance abuse. SCHC boasts over 35,000 patients, providing 140,000 clinical encounters annually. SCHC employs over 400 staff and 40 healthcare providers.
  
With the $18 million project, SCHC added 26,000 square feet to its existing clinic, housing 24 new exam rooms and 8 new procedure rooms. A new second and third floor added a full floor for the Family Practice Residency and flexible conference and meeting rooms. In total, the improved facility boasts 72,875 square feet and 80 exam rooms.

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