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Coal Country Community Health Center (CCCHC) is a not-for-profit rural community health center serving Dunn, Mercer and Oliver County residents. CCCHC has been providing high quality medical and behavioral health care services since December 1, 2003. We are committed to improving the health and wellness of our communities by providing integrated care that focuses on the whole person.

As a federally qualified health center (FQHC), CCCHC staff provides comprehensive health services to its populations across the lifespan, including required preventive and primary medical care services, diagnostic and screening services, outreach, health education, disease management, behavioral health, substance use, enabling, and other services. CCCHC contracts with area partners to allow patients access to discounted dental and specialty care services.

In addition to its administrative offices, CCCHC maintains nine health center delivery sites, including four comprehensive health centers and five school-based clinics in the communities of Beulah, Hazen, Center and Killdeer.

Core Values

  • Quality: We are dedicated to excellence in healthcare for our communities, resulting in uncompromised value and quality in the services we provide.
  • Compassion: We will positively affect the health and well-being of our communities by providing compassionate care.
  • Integrity: We will insist that integrity, honesty, confidentiality, respect and dignity are reflected in all relationships with co-workers and those we serve.
  • Teamwork: We will work as partners, combining our skills and ideas to continuously improve the quality of the care we provide, in pursuit of our Vision and Mission.
  • Safety: We believe everyone has the right to a safe and secure environment. We earn trust by providing safe facilities and work practices, dedicated to the well-being of our patients, employees and guests.

Our History

2003On December 1, 2003, CCCHC was awarded grant funding to become a Federally Qualified Health Center and opened sites in Beulah and Center.
2009In January of 2009, CCCHC hired its first Behavioral Health provider and began offering services to the community.
2011In March of 2011, CCCHC and SMC developed collaboration to improve community healthcare.
2015In 2015, CCCHC was awarded the National Rural Health Association Outstanding Rural Health Organization.
2015In July of 2015, CCCHC Killdeer opened.
2016In May of 2016, CCCHC Hazen opened.
2017In April of 2017, CCCHC Hazen relocated into the newly constructed Sakakawea Medical Center.
2017In August of 2017, CCCHC Killdeer relocated into a newly constructed facility.
2019In June of 2019, CCCHC Beulah completed a construction and remodel project to the existing clinic.
2020Integration of Behavioral Health services through the I.M.P.A.C.T. Program at Beulah, Center, Hazen, and Killdeer School Districts for accessibility of mental health services.
2022In 2022, CCCHC expanded services at the Beulah School Clinic and implemented nursing services.
2023In 2023, CCCHC expanded services at the Hazen & Killdeer School Clinics and implemented nursing services.
2023In August of 2023, CCCHC implemented an occupational health program.
2023In September of 2023, CCCHC implemented virtual care services.
2023In September of 2023, CCCHC Center completed a remodel project to the existing clinic.
2023On December 1, 2023, CCCHC celebrated 20 years as a FQHC.

Celebrating 20 years of caring for our communities, providing quality health care since December 1, 2003!

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