Our Mission

The mission of Community Health Care, Inc. is to provide the communities we serve with excellence in patient-centered medical, dental and behavioral health care that is compassionate, affordable and accessible.

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 Community Health Care, Inc. (CHC) offers primary, preventive, acute and chronic care, as well as dental, behavior health, OB/GYN, laboratory, pharmacy, chiropractic, nutrition, and health education services. Without CHC, many patients would  be forced to rely on emergency rooms for their primary care, or they would go without care altogether. In recent years, CHC has made great strides, many of which were made possible with the assistance of generous donors in the Quad Cities area. The number of patients that CHC serves on an annual basis has grown to more than 40,000 individuals, or approximately 10 percent of the Quad City's total population. 

  • Providing medical, dental, and behavioral health care to our patients for more than 45 years

  • We serve all patients in need including those with Medicaid, Medicare, private insurance, or without insurance.

  • Our CHC Sliding Fee Program offers a lower cost for care.

  • We welcome referrals from local hospitals, medical offices, dentists, and emergency room departments

  • We have Spanish and Vietnamese translators on staff. We also offer live video translation for 20 other languages

Our Patients

All of our patients can apply to receive assistance through our Sliding Fee Program that allows patients to pay for their services based on their income and family size. 

 

Learn more about our Sliding Fee Program here

Download and print a Sliding Fee Form here

 

Here is a snapshot of the patients we serve:

 

  • More than 40,000 individual patients were treated at more than 130,000 appointments

  • Patients came from more than 40 zip codes in our region

  • Over 5,000 children under the age of ten were treated

  • Nearly 1,600 babies under the age of one were treated

  • 60 percent of our patients have identified themselves with a minority group

  • Nearly 19,000 adults ages 20 to 65 were treated

  • Nearly 250 homeless children (birth to 19) were treated at our Outreach Clinic

  • 893 homeless adults were treated at our Outreach clinic (ages 20-64)

  • More than 4,000 of our patients are best served in a language other than English

  • More than 12,000 of our patients are at or below 100% of the poverty line

  • More than 10,000 of our patients do not have health insurance

  • We provided care for more than 400 veterans

  • More than 5,400 patients were diagnosed with heart disease

  • More than 13,000 dental screenings were conducted