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National Health Center Week 2023

Patients at San Fernando Community Health Center appreciate the care and attention they receive from the staff

AUGUST 6–12, 2023 -- Community Health Centers are not just healers, we are innovators who look beyond medical charts to address the factors that may cause poor health, such as poverty, homelessness, substance use, mental illness, access to nutritious food, and unemployment. 

We are a critical piece of healthcare systems and regularly collaborate with hospitals, local and state governments, social, health, and business organizations to improve health outcomes for people who are medically vulnerable. 

NOTE: Due to on-site construction to expand our care resources and facilities, SFCHC will not be holding onsite events this year. We appreciate your understanding. 

Show your support for SFCHC during National Health Center Week.

Call 818-963-5690 to schedule an appointment today!
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San Fernando Community Health Center
732 Mott Street | Suite 100-110
San Fernando, CA 91340

Hours: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday-Friday


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