Coal Country and Sandhills Community Health Centers, are a family of more than 1,000 health centers nationally that provide care to more than 15 million people in the United States. Community health centers are local, non-profit health care providers serving low income and medically underserved communities. Also known as Federally-Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs), they are located in areas where care is needed, and improve access to care for millions of Americans. Their costs of care rank among the lowest, and their focus on prevention reduces the need for more expensive in-patient and specialty care, saving billions of dollars for taxpayers.
The focus of the care we provide can be summed up in one word – community. Coal Country and Sandhills are governed by a board of members from the communities we serve, and every decision they make has the best interest of the community in mind. Our medical staff and support staff are also your neighbors, helping us truly understand you and the health care issues that are important to you.
The team of providers delivers primary care for the entire community. Funded by a federal grant, our sliding fee scale allows patients to pay according to their individual ability. This and other efforts ensure that no one in the community goes without proper health care services. That’s what we’re all about.
Coal Country and Sandhills Community Health Centers, with clinics in Beulah, Center and Towner, are a member of the PrimaCare Health Group. Futhermore, Coal Country and Sandhills remain a member of the other health care networks in the region.
You have access to any of the doctors and services of choice without paying the out-of-network higher cost. Our board of directors makes every decision with the best interest of the community in mind. As a result, this change will help to better serve you, our neighbors!