December 23, 2022

The Progressive Magazine: Community Health Centers were on the frontline of the COVID-19 crisis. In the aftermath, they have adapted to new challenges.

In 2021, geographical areas that had Community Health Centers had 200 fewer cases of COVID-19 and nine fewer deaths per 100,000 people, compared with areas that […]
December 1, 2022

KHN Cherry-Picks Data in Recent Article about FTCA & Community Health Centers

NACHC submitted the following letter to the editor to Kaiser Health News in response to a November 28th article: In what appears to be a pattern […]
August 15, 2022

NACHC Response to Washington Post/Kaiser Health News Article Regarding Health Centers

NACHC Interim President and CEO Rachel Gonzales-Hanson sent the following letter to the editors of the Washington Post and Kaiser Health News.  To read shortened version […]
July 25, 2022

NACHC, Community Health Centers Focus on Monkeypox As a Public Health Threat

Contact: Amy Simmons Farber 202/309-0338 Bethesda, MD – As the spread of the monkeypox virus continues, marginalized groups are having difficulty accessing tests and vaccines. In […]
June 13, 2022


Contact: Amy Simmons Farber 202-309-0338 Bethesda, MD — Drug manufacturers are violating federal law at the expense of the nearly 29 million patients served by Community […]
May 26, 2022

MEDIA ADVISORY:  NACHC & Health Center Leaders Among Featured Speakers at PrimaryCare22 — A Two Day Hybrid Event at the National Press Club

 Primary Care for America will host a two-day hybrid event, PrimaryCare22: See the Possibilities, taking place today online at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. […]
April 18, 2022

COVID-19 Pandemic Exacted a Toll on Community Health Center Workforce; Nurses Account for Highest Loss for Health Centers on the Frontlines

Fighting a global pandemic on the frontlines of underserved communities has decimated the health center workforce with unprecedented rates of attrition.  A new survey by the […]
April 13, 2022

New on the NACHC Blog: Health Centers and the Looming Medicaid Cliff

Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the number of people enrolled in Medicaid has increased by nearly 20%, with close to 85 million people currently enrolled in […]
March 30, 2022

NACHC Raises Concerns About Funding Uncertainty in Pandemic Fight

Community Health Centers were recently notified that starting on April 6th the federal COVID-19 Uninsured Program would stop accepting claims for vaccinating, testing, and treating COVID […]