Welcome to Clinicas de Salud del Pueblo

Clinicas de Salud del Pueblo is a private, non-profit corporation providing array of comprehensive primary care services to residents throughout Imperial and Riverside County. Clinicas is a Federally Qualified Health Center and a Federal Tort Claims Act Deemed Facility and was the first migrant health center established in this nation by the federal government in 1970. Clinicas has expanded from two original clinics to twelve clinics, three dental centers, and three Women, Infant and Children Nutrition Education Center and six WIC voucher distribution sites.

Clinicas is dedicated to providing excellent care, committed to contributing high level of customer service and promises to uphold services with uncompromising adherence to the highest standard of moral and ethical conduct. All clinics have bilingual and bicultural staff to assist patients.

Our Mission Statement

The purpose of Clinicas is to provide direct access to comprehensive quality primary and preventive health care for high risk and other underserved valley residents, in a manner consistent with their dignity and identity and at a reasonable cost through strategically situated health centers.

Commitment

Clinicas is committed to provide service to all individuals. No one will be discriminated against regardless of race, color, national origin, age, sex, religion, or physical disability.

No one will be denied services due to their inability to pay. A sliding fee schedule based on family size and income is available to patients without insurance or other method of payment.

Parents and caregivers are advised to take the following precautions to prevent heatstroke:
Never leave a child unattended in a vehicle; not even for a second.
• If a child is unattended in a hot vehicle, call 9-1-1 immediately.
• Be sure that all occupants leave the vehicle when unloading. Don’t overlook sleeping babies.
• Always lock the car and ensure children do not have access to keys or remote entry devices.
• Teach children that vehicles are never to be used as a play area.
• Keep a stuffed animal in car seats and when the child is strapped in the seat place the animal in the front passenger seat to serve as a visual reminder.
• Place a purse or briefcase in the back seat so there is a mandatory cause to check that area of the vehicle.
• Make “look before you leave” a routine whenever getting out of the car.
• Have a plan that childcare providers will call if the child does not show up for school or daycare.

For additional information, visit kidsandcards.org

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