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Three Rivers Alliance of Community Health Centers

The Three Rivers Alliance of Community Health Centers is a newly formed consortium of nine southwestern Pennsylvania health centers that have been serving the community for many years to ensure accessible, quality health care to individuals of all ages and backgrounds, regardless of their ability to pay.

Services

As advocates for equal access to medical services, each of the nine Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) that are members of the Three Rivers Alliance of Community Health Centers provides services ranging from routine check-ups to management of complex chronic conditions. We serve people who are uninsured or underinsured, those with private insurance, or those insured through Medicare, Medicaid or the Veteran’s Administration (VA). We believe that health is the well-being of the mind, body and spirit, and we respect and are sensitive to all cultures and ethnicities. We help connect patients to other supportive services to assure their long-term health. 

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The members of the Three Rivers Alliance of Community Health Centers operate a total of 48 sites and two mobile units across southwestern Pennsylvania. 

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The value of the Three Rivers Alliance of Community Health Centers

The value of the Three Rivers Alliance of Community Health Centers rests in its ability to expand the reach of each member, increase their shared resources, promote best practices, and leverage their bargaining power. The result will be a more integrated service model that has a measurable impact on the health of the community.

High quality, accessible, convenient and affordable care for all. Find a health center near you.

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Data for the nine Federally Qualified Health Center that are members of the Three Rivers Alliance of Community Health Centers

 Data compiled from 2019 HRSA reports and averaged across the 9 FQHC members

95394
Total patients served
19 %
Children under 18 years
55 %
Adults 18-64 years
11 %
Older adults 65+

What’s an FQHC

A Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) is more widely known as a Community Health Center where you can receive high quality, primary health care services. At an FQHC, quality health care is available to everyone with the primary goal of keeping you well.

By design, FQHCs were developed to meet the health care needs of vulnerable and underserved populations who are uninsured or under insured. Cost of services are based on an individual’s ability to pay using a sliding scale fee structure.

All FQHCs are non-profits and receive support from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the Department of Health and Human Services. In order to receive funds/reimbursement through HRSA, each FQHC must meet specific program requirements and routinely report data and information for monitoring.

Skilled and highly trained staff members at each FQHC provide a range of serves. While patient services may differ at each FQHC, in general they include preventative health care, dental care, management of chronic diseases such as diabetes, behavioral health and substance abuse treatment. In some cases, you also can receive social services, access to an on-site pharmacy, lab testing and various other services.

You can learn more about Pennsylvania’s Federally Qualified Health Centers at Pennsylvania Association of Community Health Centers.

Pennsylvania Association of Community Health Centers
Pennsylvania Association of Community Health Centers

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