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The Community Health Center (CHC) Program is a federal grant program funded under Section 330e of the Public Health Service Act to provide for primary and preventive healthcare services in medically under-served areas throughout the United States and its territories.

Nevada Health Centers, Inc. (NVHC), a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation, is a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) program that is funded under Section 330 of the Public Health Service Act, as described above. This federal funding is provided for both its Community Health Center (CHC) program and its Health Care for the Homeless (HCH) program in Las Vegas. NVHC is also an FTCA Deemed facility.

For the first 18 years of its existence, NVHC was a public entity, a consortium of counties known as Central Nevada Rural Health Consortium, originally incorporated in late 1976. It became one of the first federally funded CHCs in 1977, as authorized under the Public Health Service Act of 1976. In 1994, the organization’s name was changed to Nevada Rural Health Centers, Inc., and it became a private, not-for-profit corporation. In 2001, the organization’s name was changed to Nevada Health Centers, Inc. to better represent the organization’s mission.

NVHC is governed and directed by a policy-making board of directors. The members consist of representatives from each community served and includes a broad cross section of professional, industrial, and residential interests and activities in the region, and fairly represents a mix of gender, age, and ethnic distribution. The board must also have a majority of members who are actual users of the services NVHC provides.

The NVHC Board of Directors presently consists of 12 volunteer members. They represent the communities or regions where clinics are located or serve “at large” from around the state, bringing other professional skills to the board.

NVHC depends on a balanced distribution of funding sources. These IRS form 990 Informational Returns (2019, 2020, 2021) demonstrate that NVHC’s revenue comes from three main sources, which include 48% patient services revenue (Medicaid, Medicare, private insurance, sliding scale, self-pay); 27% Health Resource and Service Administration (HRSA) Section 330 funds; and 25% state government, local government, private grants/contracts and contributions.
Nevada Health Centers serves all patients, regardless of ability to pay. We see approximately 50,000 individual patients each year and provide care via 18 health centers throughout Nevada, in conjunction with three mobile programs and seven Women, Infants, and Children offices in southern Nevada.
Nevada Health Centers is making healthcare services available to people all over Nevada, with health clinics strategically located in many rural and frontier regions and in the urban areas of Las Vegas. NVHC currently operates 18 centers, staffed by physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, dentists, dental hygienists, pharmacists, licensed clinical social workers, and other support staff.

Northern Nevada Health Centers
Southern Nevada Health Centers
WIC Clinics

NVHC also provides mammography services via our mobile Mammovan; children’s dental care through our mobile Ronald McDonald Care Mobile; and children’s medical care via the Nevada Children’s Health Project, also known as “Big Blue.” We also operate  centralized pharmacies that provide our frontier clinics and the Health Care for the Homeless clinics with pharmaceutical dispensaries.


After hours, one of our doctors is on-call, seven days a week, to handle your urgent needs and concerns and to provide clinical advice. Our on-call number is 800.787.2568

Appointments: 800.787.2568