Serving Central California's San Joaquin Valley
Golden Valley Health Centers (GVHC) is a Joint Commission-accredited, private, non-profit Federally Qualified Health Center system serving the Central Valley of California with an operating budget of approximately $65 million. Through our community health centers, we provide comprehensive primary medical and dental care to an ethnically diverse population, including migrant and seasonal farm workers, Southeast Asian refugees, and the homeless population of Modesto. GVHC has developed a system of 21 clinical sites and 9 dental sites, including two free-standing Women's health centers, four school-based centers, and a homeless health care program.
To properly serve our patients and ensure access to care, GVHC's health centers are located in the rural and urban communities where our patients reside. All of our revenue comes from patient dollars and/or charitable sources. No patient is ever turned away because of inability to pay. To learn even more about GVHC, click on one of the links below.