Community Health Centers, like Family Health Centers, were born from the civil rights movement of the 1960s. Physicians who were civil rights activists were keenly aware of racial health disparities and inequities. They launched community health centers movement in the United States. The first two health centers, one to serve a housing project in Massachusetts […]
Family Health Centers, Inc. (FHC) received $242,324 from the Health Resources Services Administration (HRSA) under its Quality Improvement Awards (QIA). FHC, which serves more than 43,000 medically underserved patients annually through a network of eight primary care locations, received the highest quality award among Kentucky’s 22 community health center grantees. The purpose of HRSA’s QIA […]
What You Should Know for the 2019 – 2020 Flu Season Getting a flu vaccine every year is the Flu vaccines have been updated to better match circulating flu viruses Any licensed, age-appropriate flu vaccines are recommended The nasal spray flu vaccine (LAIV) is again a vaccine option. Ask your health care provider about what […]
ELMER, Family Health Centers’ patient electronic medical record is currently experiencing technical issues and is unavailable. If you need a copy of your medical records, please call (502) 772-8631, then hit #5 at the prompt and our Medical Records team can assist you. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
As a new parent to JCPS – there are many confusing things to navigate. Don’t let the health requirements for new JCPS students and 6th Graders trip you up! Family Health Centers can provide your new student the following JCPS health requirements Immunization Certificate Health Care Examination Dental Examination Summer and early fall Pediatric appointments […]
In honor of the upcoming holidays, all Family Health Centers locations will be closed 12/24, 12/25 and 1/1. We will be open regular hours all other days, including Saturday 12/22.
Last year in Kentucky more than 300 people died from the flu, and more than 10,000 were ill. The flu is deadly, and getting a flu shot early helps to protect you and your family. Last year in Kentucky more than 300 people died from the flu, and more than 10,000 were ill. The flu […]