News and Updates

  • Healthcare Provider Survey

    May 16, 2017

    You may receive a survey asking you to rate your experience with your healthcare provider. To help us improve your care and better serve you in the future, please respond to the survey. Responses from all patients surveyed will be used to find ways t...

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  • Share Your Story

    March 21, 2017

    You've probably heard a lot about the “repeal and replace” efforts going on in the US Congress for the Affordable Care Act. The Affordable Care Act, or ACA, is also well-known as Obamacare. While there is a lot that we don't know, we d...

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  • Week of the Young Child

    March 20, 2017

    APRIL 22-29, 2017 The Week of the Young Child (WOYC) is an annual celebration of young children that takes place every April in Shasta County and in communities across the nation. WOYC recognizes how the early years of childhood form a foundation...

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  • Redding's Updated Urgent Care

    March 20, 2017

    Beginning March 27, 2017 appointments will no longer be necessary to be seen in the Urgent Care department.  No need to call ahead, simply come down and let us do the rest.     Do I need an appointment? No appointment is necessar...

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  • Your Mouth Matters

    March 13, 2017

    Dental care is not just about how you look. Healthy teeth and gums allow you to eat the foods you need for good nutrition, build a healthy immune system, and talk, smile and laugh with confidence. An unhealthy mouth can lead to pain, sleep loss, poor...

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  • Help Us Spread the Word

    January 11, 2017

    At SCHC we work hard to give our patients and community the best care possible. Our goal is always to make the most of our limited resources to improve the health of the communities that we serve. Every day we come to work and allow our 6 c...

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  • Where do we go from here?

    December 5, 2016

    Dear SCHC Patients and Supporters: November’s election has left many people asking questions. What’s going to happen? What can we do? We can’t answer all of these questions, but we can prepare for some of the likely changes. Many of these will hap...

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  • How do we measure up?

    October 24, 2016

    Studies show that screening for cervical cancer helps reduce the number of deaths from the disease. Regular screening of women between the age of 21 and 65 years with the Pap test decreases their chance of dying from cervical cancer. Did y...

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  • Why's it important to listen to your clinician?

    October 21, 2016

    Put down the app. Here’s why you should listen to your clinician. We see more and more apps, programs and websites that seem to claim or suggest that they can do a better job of figuring out your health issues than your clinician. In this stu...

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  • Our doors are open...

    September 16, 2016

    SCHC is happy to announce that we are now accepting new Partnership Healthplan patients. As Shasta County's largest community health center, SCHC provides resources for prevention, wellness, and quality care. We aren't just a place to go wh...

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  • December Patient Newsletter

    Have you heard about Shasta Community Maternity Center? Shasta Community Maternity Center (SCMC) opened in January of this year. Our maternity center is committed to giving our patients the qu...

  • November Patient Newsletter

    Reading for Health Did you know that SCHC gives out new books to children at each of their well-child visits? SCHC is a proud member of Reach Out and Read (ROR). ROR is a nonprofit organizatio...

  • Information about Durable Medical Equipment (DME)

    If you rely on electric or battery-dependent medical technologies (e.g., breathing machines, a power wheelchair or scooter, and home oxygen or dialysis), it is critical that you are prepared for...

  • FluFit Campaign

    Shasta County is ranked the worst amongst other California counties, 52nd out of 58 related to deaths. Colorectal cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in the United States. Most of...

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