Harbor Community Clinic, Inc.

aka Harbor Community Clinic   |   San Pedro, CA   |  www.harborcommunityclinic.org

Mission

Harbor Community Clinic (HCC) has been protecting the health of the Harbor area since 1970. Its mission is “to provide no cost to low cost healthcare services to people who do not have access to other health care. No patient will be denied care based on inability to pay."

HCC is a Health Center Program award recipient providing primary and behavioral health care services to impoverished residents in Medically Underserved Areas (MUAs) within the San Pedro, Wilmington, and Long Beach neighborhoods. HCC serves the families and residents that live adjacent to the most active shipping port of the country, the Port of Los Angeles. HCC was established as the Harbor Free Clinic in 1970. It was created in response to the overwhelming need for accessible primary healthcare services for those who could not afford coverage in the harbor area. In 2005, Harbor Free Clinic was granted FQHC-Look Alike designation and changed its name to Harbor Community Clinic (HCC). In 2015, HCC received a New Access Point (NAP) award to become a Section 330 award recipient. Since its designation as a Look-Alike, HCC has been the dominant health center serving the Harbor community.

Ruling year info

1971

Principal Officer

Ms. Tamra King

Main address

593 West 6th Street

San Pedro, CA 90731 USA

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EIN

23-7103245

NTEE code info

Ambulatory Health Center, Community Clinic (E32)

Pediatrics (G98)

Other Mental Health, Crisis Intervention N.E.C. (F99)

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Between people who have privately paid health insurance and those who qualify for publicly paid health insurance are the more than 6,000,000 Californians, the "working poor" who need, but cannot pay for medical care. HCC provides medical and social services and medications on a donation basis, with referrals for other services ($237,725). HCC also offers presentations on parent and child communication, self esteem, human sexuality, values, decisions, birth control methods and sexually transmitted diseases ($70,535). Among HCCs recent accomplishments were quadrupling pediatric care, and implementing a prenatal care program.

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Affiliations & memberships

Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) 2015

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Harbor Community Clinic (HCC) is a Health Center Program award recipient, Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) providing primary health care services to impoverished residents in Medically Underserved Areas (MUAs) within the San Pedro, Wilmington, and Long Beach neighborhoods. HCC serves the families and residents that live adjacent to the most active shipping port of the country, the Port of Los Angeles. HCC was established as the Harbor Free Clinic in 1970.

By providing primary care, behavioral health, pediatric care to over 7,000 patients annually and providing over 27,000 visits.

Board approved policies and procedures have been developed for recruiting, retaining and training key management staff and health care providers. The plan outlines competitive salary ranges, provides for a competitive benefit package, and provides details about the recruitment process based on each position.

According to the Uniform Data System (UDS), Community Health Centers in HCC's proposed service area served 26,241 patients in 2014, corresponding to 21.4 percent of the target population (those at or below 200 percent FPL). Therefore, 78.6 percent of the target population (about 96,500 individuals) is without a source of primary care. HCC's target population struggles with high levels of poverty and unemployment, and low levels of educational attainment and health insurance coverage. HCC's service area experiences deep health disparities, with higher than average rates of heart disease, diabetes, cancer, stroke, asthma, mental illness, low birth weight, births to teen mothers, and tooth decay, to name a few. In response, HCC is applying for a New Access Point opportunity in order to expand its impact in the community through the addition of a third site in San Pedro and by adding dental services to its scope.

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Harbor Community Clinic, Inc.

Board of directors
as of 03/12/2018
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Board chair

Dan Powers

Mike Lansing

Alan Weinfeld

Dan Powers

Deborah Olson

Veronica Jimenez

Ida May Taylor

Anthony Collins

Archana Sharma

Jason Benavidez

Bianca Banks

Edie Moore

Chad Sparks

Seema Paul