South Bay Family Health Care is grateful to all our supporters. We look forward to your continued support as part of the Venice Family Clinic community. For information on how to support our continued work to help provide quality health care to individuals and families, please contact us at VFCGiving@mednet.ucla.edu or 310-392-9255.
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Grant Funding to Implement Telehealth Services
South Bay Family Health Care is proud to announce being chosen as one of 138 grant awardees to receive $100,000 to establish telehealth. Telehealth services allow patients in need of routine care or vulnerable chronically ill patients to maintain access to the care they need while remaining in their homes.
This $13.4 million investment to support the establishment and expansion of telehealth and telephonic services for California providers serving Medi-Cal members is the largest grant of cash dedicated to this cause by a health plan in California.
Emergency COVID-19 Funding
South Bay Family Health Care received $50,000 in emergency grant funding from the medical aid organization Direct Relief, in partnership with the National Association of Community Health Centers. This funding will directly bolster care in the South Bay and Harbor Gateway.
COVID-19 Crisis Funding for South Bay’s Underserved Communities
The Delta Dental Community Care Foundation awarded South Bay Family Health Care with grant funding of $45,000 to support our efforts in the fight against COVID-19 and to advance access to comprehensive dental care for those in need.
Tranquada XI Grant Recipient
L.A. Care Health Plan awards South Bay Family Health Care with the Tranquada XI grant in the amount of $150,000 for minor renovations at the Inglewood Clinic. This funding will expand access to health care to the city of Inglewood and launch a diabetes awareness marketing campaign for diabetes prevention, education and self-management activities.
South Bay Family Health Care is the current recipient of L.A. Care’s Community Health Investment Fund (CHIF). This funding for $100,000 is allowing SBFHC to implement a Quality Improvement (QI) initiative to ensure tangible impacts on population health and patient satisfaction.