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Health Center Program grantees and Look-Alikes are community-based and patient-directed organizations that serve populations with limited access to health care, including low-income populations, the uninsured, those with limited English proficiency, migratory and seasonal agricultural workers and their families, individuals and families experiencing homelessness, and those living in public housing. Health Center Service Delivery Sites information includes data for both grantees and Look-Alikes. For more information on the Health Center Program, visit the program’s website.

Note: The HRSA Data Warehouse maintains data related to HRSA health center grant award and site information. HRSA does not maintain data on Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) status. An FQHC is an entity defined under Medicare and Medicaid statutes, and FQHC is used by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) to indicate eligibility for reimbursement by Medicare, Medicaid, and CHIP using specific payment methodologies. HRSA’s role in the FQHC designation process is limited to determining which sites are eligible to apply to Medicare and Medicaid to become FQHCs. More information is available on the CMS website.Exit Disclaimer

The HRSA Data Warehouse (HDW) allows users to interact with data in charts, tables/reports, maps, and tools. Visit the Data Sources page for more information about where HCSD data is available in the HDW.

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Charts

Display high-level summary information about HRSA’s activities and can be used as a starting point for obtaining more detailed information.

Data Table

Summary table of key HRSA activities at the national level.

CategoryItemValueAs Of
Health Center Administrative Sites 63707/27/2016
Health Center Service Delivery Sites 10,09707/27/2016
Health Center Look-Alike Sites 24507/27/2016

 

Data Portal and Preformatted Reports

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  • As of 2014, there were 15,656,280 low income patients served by 1,363 HRSA grantees providing affordable primary and preventive care at clinics and mobile medical vans.
  • HRSA brings comprehensive primary and preventive health care services to inner-city and rural communities that otherwise would be without them.
  • Nationwide, 1,135 health center grantees operate more than 8,200 clinics and mobile medical vans, providing affordable primary and preventive care on a sliding fee scale to nearly 19 million children and adults.
  • Nationwide, 1,363 health center grantees operate more than 10,000 clinics and mobile medical vans, providing affordable primary and preventive care on a sliding fee scale to nearly 19 million children and adults.