Back to school already?

School just let out, but before you know it August 15 will be here.  Every year we get a rush of kids needing thier JCPS required immunizations, physicals, and dental exams.  Beat the back to school rush, and get your exams early!  Here is what JCPS requires: Click here to view this information on the [...] Read More

Our family is growing!

Family Health Centers opened its eighth location for patients on November 6, 2017.  Family Health Centers - West Market is located at 2500 West Market Street, Louisville KY 40212, open for adult patients seeking primary and preventive care.  The hours of operation are Monday - Friday 8:00am - 4:30pm. Earlier this year, KentuckyOne Health agreed [...] Read More

Health Center Funding Cliff

Community Health Centers like the Family Health Centers are facing up to 70% cuts in Federal funding unless Congress acts! On September 30, the Community Health Centers Fund will expire – this fund currently accounts for 70% of our federal HRSA funding.   Nationally, the Health and Human Services administration estimates that the Health Center Funding […]

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New Dental Office at FHC-East Broadway now open!

Family Health Centers, Inc. is pleased to announce the opening of its new Dental Office at our East Broadway location. Our dental office features seven chairs and features digital radiography, state-of-the-art sterilization, and electronic dental records. Family Health Centers, Inc. accepts most dental insurances and provides sliding-fee-discounts for individuals without dental coverage.  FHC-East Broadway Dental hours of […]

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Learn about the 1115 Medicaid Waiver

Do you have Passport, Aetna Better Health of Kentucky, Humana CareSource, WellCare of Kentucky, or Anthem?   These are Medicaid Plans and changes may be happening to the program soon. The State of Kentucky has applied for an 1115 Waiver to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) to make changes to the state’s Medicaid program. […]

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FHC Expanding Services to Help Address Opioid Crisis

In July, the Family Health Centers (FHC) announced its plan to launch a substance abuse services program to help address the opioid crisis in Kentucky.  Earlier this year, FHC won a competitive grant award totaling $325,000 annually from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) to begin providing direct services to individuals with opioid addiction.  […]

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Community Health Center Funding Cliff Update

Community Health Centers like FHC are facing up to 70% cuts in Federal funding unless Congress acts!  Congress is currently putting together a legislative package known as the SGR Fix (aka Doc Fix or HR2) and the House recently released their version of a bill. The SGR, or Sustainable Growth Rate bill, is considered a “must-pass” […]

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FHC-East Broadway Grand Opening

Family Health Centers-East Broadway is moving locations from 941 East Broadway to 834 East Broadway.   FHC-East Broadway at 941 East Broadway will close at 4:30pm, Wednesday, February 25 and reopen on Tuesday March 3, at 8:00am at 834 East Broadway.  Please join the Family Health Centers (FHC) Board of Governors at its Ribbon Cutting […]

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Community Health Centers Facing a Funding Cliff

Community health centers, like Family Health Centers, are facing a serious threat in FY 2016 (October 1, 2015) called the “primary care funding cliff.” CHCs are financed through a blend of patient revenue and federal grant funds, which are a mix of annual discretionary appropriations and mandatory funding.  In FY 2016, the mandatory funding for CHCs will end unless it is reauthorized […]

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FHC 2014 BBB Torch Award Winner for Large Nonprofits

On November 4, 2014 Family Health Centers was awarded the Better Business Bureau’s® 2014 Torch Award for Large Nonprofits.  The BBB® serving Louisville, Southern Indiana, and Western KY announced the winners and finalists at an awards ceremony held at the Olmsted in Louisville, KY.  The Torch Award is an honor for businesses and organizations that […]

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