Access to comprehensive, quality health services is important for health equity and for ensuring healthy individuals and communities.  We define comprehensive care as primary care, dental and behavioral healthcare.  Comprehensive care is most effective when it connects and coordinates with social services such as transportation, housing, case management and other programs that support the whole health of individuals and communities.

The 2017 Obici Healthcare Foundation Community Health Needs Assessment shows 38.8 percent of adults living in the Obici Healthcare Foundation’s Service Area reported some type of difficulty or delay in obtaining healthcare services in the past year. Our Access to Care Strategic Priority Area will focus on Strengthening the Safety Net and Improving Maternal and Child Health. Learn more about these components.

Learn About Our Access To Healthcare Work


Strengthening the Safety Net

Safety net providers and organizations provide healthcare and support services to the uninsured and underinsured.


Improving Maternal and Child Health

Improving the well-being of mothers, infants, and children is an important public health goal for the nation and here at the Obici Healthcare Foundation.

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