uring Sonoma’s Kincade fire and the mandatory evacuations — which displaced 200,0000 people— we worked closely with Marin County’s Health and Human Services Department (HHS).
Marin Community Clinics Rated in the Top 10% of U.S. Health Centers The Health Resources and Service Administration (HRSA), which oversees over 1,300 federally funded community health centers, reviewed the clinical performance of its members in August and subsequently released several quality awards. Marin Community Clinics received six Quality Improvement Awards! Only 14 Health Centers… Read More »
New Board Chair Named Cristina MacKenzie was named the new Clinics’ board chair in July. MacKenzie, who is currently the Compliance and Privacy Officer for Kaiser Permanente’s Marin and Sonoma Counties Health Plan and Foundation Hospitals, is serving a two-year term ending June 30, 2021. “It is an honor and a privilege to be part… Read More »
Multiple connections to Marin Community Clinics inspires philanthropy. Meet Jordan Shields, a Marin Community Clinics’ supporter who has been involved with us in multiple ways and who is committed to supporting our mission. Jordan has good reasons to be a fan of the Clinics — his great grandchildren are patients, and he has family members… Read More »
Read about some of the many dedicated and passionate Marin Community Clinics’ clinicians and staff who work tirelessly to deliver the best care to our patients and community. We are proud of our staff and thankful for their hard work. They are the heart of our organization and without them we would not be as… Read More »
Marin Community Clinics and Center Point Integrating Substance Abuse Treatment with Primary Care Marin Community Clinics and Center Point, Inc., one of Marin’s long-time providers of vital substance use and mental health disorder treatment and supportive services, have formed a new partnership. This important development has enabled both organizations to build an integrated care clinic… Read More »
“Public Charge Rule” Injunction a Victory for Immigrants – for Now Imagine you are an immigrant living in Marin, where you’ve worked hard to secure a job, pay taxes and contribute to your community. Your children (U.S. citizens) are receiving an education and your family has access to medical care through Medi- Cal. You’ve applied… Read More »
To Edgar, a Marin Community Clinics patient, the news of a cancer diagnosis came as a shock. He had just turned 37 and, despite having some leg pain, felt fairly healthy. Such terrifying news would disturb anyone — especially someone at his young age — and the timing couldn’t have been worse. His first son… Read More »