Community Health Centers are nonprofit, patient-governed organizations that provide high-quality, comprehensive primary healthcare to people living in areas with few primary care providers. Serving 1 in 11 people nationwide, health centers are committed to providing care to all patients, regardless of income or insurance status. In 2021, health centers marked the historic milestone of serving 30 million patients.
Updated infographic with new data! View the new version of this infographic published in August 2023.
This annual infographic highlights who health centers serve, the positive health impacts they have on patients, and their economic contributions to their communities.