FHCCGLA provides patients with a comprehensive range of health services, adhering to principles of the patient centered medical home. Services include:
Pediatric Health Care
Complete well baby and child care including physical examinations, health screenings, chronic care, and immunizations.
Adolescent/ Teen Health Care
Complete adolescent and teen care including physical exams, health screenings, chronic care, family planning, STD screening and treatment, and immunizations.
Adult Health Care
Comprehensive primary care services for men and women focusing on promoting prevention and collaboration in caring for the individual.
Women’s Health Care
Complete women’s health care services including Pap smears, physical exams, acute & chronic disease care, breast cancer screenings & onsite mammogram, screening & treatment for Sexually Transmitted Diseases.
Pregnancy Testing & complete prenatal care.
Men’s Health Care
Complete men’s health care services including physical exams, health screenings, acute & chronic disease care, screening & treatment for Sexually Transmitted Diseases and other male health care needs.
HIV Testing and Counseling
FHCCGLA’s outreach programs provides health education & advocacy within our community, assist with enrollment in managed care plans, MediCal, Healthy Families, Medicare, and other programs.
Available Health Care Services
Medicare HMO-Managed Care Plans
Comprehensive Prenatal Services Program (CPSP)
Childhood Health & Disability Prevention ( CHDP)
Vaccines For Children (VFC)
Cancer Detection Program (CDP)
L.A. Country Infertility Prevention Project
Expanded Access To Primary Care (EAPC)
Healthy Way L.A. (L.A. County Low Income Health Care Program)
Sliding Fee ( Based on Ability to Pay)
Note: All patients will be screened for program eligibility. Patients are asked to provide a picture I.D. , verification of address (recent, no longer than 60 days) and proof of income.
To provide a MEDICAL HOME for you and your family
To LISTEN to your health care needs and concerns
To treat you with RESPECT
To provide CULTURALLY APPROPRIATE care and services in your primary language
To plan and create services and programs that address the health care NEEDS OF OUR COMMUNITY
To have a BOARD OF DIRECTORS that include PATIENTS from our clinics.
To provide AFTER HOURS CARE resources for you and your family.
Arrive for appointment 15 to 20 minutes before your scheduled appointment.
Call us to reschedule if you can’t keep your appointment.
Discuss your health with your provider, they are here to help you and want to answer your questions.
Let us know if you’ve been hospitalized or treated elsewhere.
Keep us up to date open prescription medications, over -the -counter medications and/or any herbal remedies you’re taking.
Let us know about new phone numbers or addresses for you and your children.
Provide necessary documents for financial screening, including proof of income and medical insurance, if applicable.
Note: Walk-In’s are accepted at both clinic sites.The number of walk-in’s accepted on a daily basis varies depending on the number of no-shows, walk-in sick visits, and established patients.