Ramona, CA, April 02, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- For more than 40 years, North County Health Services (NCHS) has provided quality, affordable care for the residents of Ramona and the surrounding communities. What began as a mobile clinic quickly expanded to a church basement and eventually a clinic building to accommodate the growing demand for access to health care. Today, NCHS operates 12 locations across North San Diego and Riverside counties and saw over 67,000 patients in 2018.
Due to the increasing number of patients seeking care and demand for increased access, NCHS Ramona
has opened a new health center, the former Sear’s building at 220 Rotanzi Street. With a larger, upgraded, state-of-the-art facility, patients will have increased access to dental and medical care, shorter wait times for appointments, as well as programs in behavioral health, among other improvements. The new location of the clinic is more centralized and will undoubtedly allow for increased access to care.
“I wish to thank all the donors who have contributed thus far to making this project a reality. This allows us to provide the best care and experience possible for our Ramona patients.” – Craig Jung, NCHS Board Member
NCHS is proud to be serve as a staple in the Ramona community, and looks forward to continuing to care for patients for many more years to come.
For information on how to support NCHS, visit https://www.nchs-health.org/ways-to-give/ramona-health-center-capital-campaign/
NCHS is a private not-for-profit organization that serves over 67,000 patients annually at 12 community health centers in Carlsbad, Encinitas, Oceanside, San Marcos, Ramona, Perris, and through two mobile clinics. NCHS has provided affordable, comprehensive, and culturally sensitive health care to uninsured and underinsured communities in North County San Diego and Riverside County for over 45 years. NCHS offers the following health care services to its patient’s pediatrics, obstetrics, gynecology, dental care, pharmacy, and transportation services, as well as, community health outreach, prevention, and disease management programs. For more information visit: nchs-health.org