The Community Clinic Consortium is dedicated to promoting and improving the health and quality of life for all Contra Costa and Solano County residents. The Consortium supports the involvement of communities in developing a responsive health care system and articulating and advancing the role of community health centers.
Established in Contra Costa County in 2004, the Community Clinic Consortium provides representation and support to 26 non-profit community health center sites and their patients in both Contra Costa and Solano counties. The Consortium works at the county, state and federal government levels to advocate for funding and policy changes that help health centers meet the diverse health care and social service needs of almost 200,000 patients annually. The Consortium also serves as a local resource for clinic staff, clients and the community.
Who We Represent
The Consortium is a 501(c)(3) organization. The Board of Directors consists of the CEOs of the four non-profit community clinics and health centers in Contra Costa and Solano counties, including La Clínica de La Raza, Planned Parenthood Northern California, LifeLong Medical Care, Ole Health, and Community Medical Centers.
Snapshot of Patient Demographics
Community Clinic Consortium (CCC) members collectively operate 26 sites in Contra Costa and Solano Counties serving over 130,000 patients in 2012. CCC member health centers are committed to serving diverse populations of all backgrounds. Below is a brief snapshot of member clinics’ patient populations.
Please CLICK HERE to download 2017 Patient Data for Contra Costa County*
Please CLICK HERE to download 2017 Patient Data for Solano County*
*Source: Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development