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November Patient Newsletter

Chronic Care Management

We are excited to offer a new service through Medicare called Chronic Care Management (CCM). This program is for Medicare patients living with diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, lung disease, arthritis, or other long-term health conditions. 

How Will CCM Benefit Me?

  • You will be assigned a Care Manager who will call you to help you with your health conditions.
  • Your Care Manager will help you get medication refills, schedule appointments, and coordinate other aspects of your care like transportation, community resources, and medical equipment. 
  • Most of these services are provided to you over the phone from the comfort of your own home, or between doctor’s visits. 

What Do I Need to Know Before Signing Up?

  • Medicare will cover a majority of the cost. Any additional coverage will be billed to your secondary insurance. You may have a small copay. 
  • You can stop these services at any time by letting us know.
  • Our enrollment specialists may call you to discuss this program.

How Do I Learn More or Sign Up?

For more information or to sign up, call (530) 203-6382. Our goal is to provide great care and keep you healthy at home. We hope you will participate in this program!

North State Giving Tuesday at SCHC 

What Program is SCHC Fundraising for?

SCHC is a proud member of Reach Out and Read (ROR). ROR is a nonprofit organization that gives young children a strong foundation for success by using books during pediatric visits and encouraging families to read together. At SCHC, we give children new books at every Well-Child visit. Each year we fundraise through North State Giving Tuesday so that we can make sure every child gets a book. 

What Does Reading Have to Do with Health?

The first five years of a child's life is very important for brain development. Children who hear fewer words during early childhood start school behind. When families read aloud together they can give their children a better start at life. This is why our providers give books to children and encourage families to read aloud.

Want to help? 

  • Donate at
  • Donations can be made online on November 30, 2021 from 6:00a.m. to 8:00p.m. 
  • Early donations can be made starting on November 16, 2021. 
  • We accept new book donations year-round. 

Have a question about North State Giving Tuesday?Call us at (530) 229-5115.

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