Welcome to the website of Community Health Center of Cape Cod. As a patient-centered medical home, we are a resource for prevention, wellness, and quality care, not just a place to go when you are sick. We provide our patients with primary care, dental care, behavioral health services, pharmacy, teen and adolescent services, case management/patient navigation, and insurance enrollment assistance. We have offices in Falmouth, Mashpee and Bourne.
The Health Center, first known as the Falmouth Free Clinic, was started in 1998 by a group of dedicated volunteer physicians, nurses, counselors, and lay people who came together to provide free health services to uninsured residents of Cape Cod and the Islands. Today, we are a non-profit Federally Qualified Health Center, providing access to health care for children, adults and families. We welcome patients with MassHealth, Medicare, Commonwealth Care, new federal plans, private insurance, or no insurance at all.
Our programs and services are provided by caring teams of physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, dentists, nursing and dental staff, mental health counselors, social workers, and administrative staff. In addition to our core services, we have developed special programs to meet unique needs in the community, such as comprehensive diabetes care, primary care for veterans, addiction recovery treatment, youth suicide prevention services, and referrals for specialty care.
Through all our growth and change, our mission remains constant: to improve the health of the patients and the community we serve through the provision of comprehensive, high quality, compassionate health care to all, regardless of ability to pay.
Whether you’re a patient, a provider, looking for an exciting career or volunteer opportunity, or an interested member of the community, we hope this site provides the information you need. Thank you for your interest in Community Health Center of Cape Cod.
CHC of Cape Cod at a glance
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