Taxonomy II Part I-A.2 (CHC Services/FQHC Reimbursement) 17 years ago Bill Burnett 6 minutes Last Updated on April 16, 2022 by Lee Burnett, DO, FAAFP(25 April 2006 00:05)NATIONAL PROJECT ON THE COMMUNITY BENEFITSOF FAMILY MEDICINE RESIDENCY PROGRAMSCUMULATIVE QUESTIONNAIRE RESPONSESTAXONOMY SECTION II PART I-B.2(CHC Linkages/FQHC Reimbursement)*NPCB P2 VI.1.1 (SD VI.1.1 (PL3)) – Does your programs provide any of the following health care or social services outside of the host institution? Are these services provided as part of a formal contract or memorandum of understanding between the extramural entity and the hospital? With the residency program?*NPCB P2 VI.1.1.0 (SD VI.1.1.0 (new)) Please specify if your residency program and the external entity both comprise part of a larger corporate, non-profit or governmental system.*NPCB P2 VI.1.1n(1) (SD VI.1.1n(1)) (PL 3n) – Services to community health centers, migrant health centers, or National Health Service Corps sites?Yes __ No __If the answer to NPCB P2 VI.1.1n(1) is yes, is a contract or memorandum of understanding in force? Yes __ No __What is the address at which the services are provided?Yes (site-visited profiled residencies):Northridge (Northeast Valley Health Centers, mostly its Canoga Park clinic, 7107 Remmet Ave, Canoga Park, 91303, plus all patients of NEVHC sites that choose deliveries at Northridge Hospital are seen by residents.)UCLA (Contract with Venice Family Clinic, 604 Rose Ave, Venice, CA 90291; have MOU for residents to have rotations there and to provide staff services on Monday evenings)Harbor (Residents have a second and third year elective rotation with Indian Health Service in Four Corners area and in Alaska.)UCSD Traditional (Services to community health centers are provided by memoranda of understanding and have increased in past two years)Scripps Chula Vista (Services are provided to San Ysidro Health Center, 4004 Beyer St, San Ysidro, CA 92173 and other community health centers through contractual agreements)UCSD St VincentUC Irvine (UC Irvine Family Health Center, 800 N Main St, Santa Ana, CA 92701 is part of an FQHC)Riverside (Perris Family Care Clinic, 237 N D St, Perris, CA 92570)USC Univ & SG (At the South Central Health Center, 425 S Central Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90011; Clinica Monsignor Oscar Romero, 123 S Alvarado, Los Angeles, CA 90057; and Jeffrey Goodman Special Care Center for HIV/AIDS; 1625 N Schrader Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028)Indiana U Methodist (HealthNet, Inc, a consortium of community health centers, by contract/MOU)Loma Linda (Sac Norton Health Center, 1455 E 3rd St, San Bernardino, CA 92408)Louisville (Contract/MOU provide services under the Kentucky Interdisciplinary Community Screenings Project [KICS], Raymond A. Kent School of Social Work, University of Louisville Oppenheimer Hall, Louisville, KY 40292; AHEC activities at a community site, coordinated by Dr. Richard Aud)MCE Birmingham (Empire Health Clinic, 4022 4th Ave S., Birmingham, AL 35222; no contract)Glendale (Arroyo Vista FHC, 6000 N. Figueroa, Los Angeles 90042; Community Health Center of Glendale, 437 Fernando Ct, Glendale 91204; Northeast Community Clinic, 5564 Figueroa, Los Angeles, CA 90042)OU Oklahoma City (Oklahoma City Indian Clinic, 4913 W Reno, OC 73127; Potawatomi Clinic, 2307 S. Cooper Dr, Shawnee, OK 74801)Dayton Community (East End Community Services, 624 Xenia Ave, Dayton, OH 45410)Decatur (Provide administrative services to Community Health Improvement Center, 1314 N. Main St, Decatur)Natividad (Clinica de Salud del Valle de Salinas (CSVS), 950 Circle Dr, Salinas, CA 93905 and 219 N Sanborn Rd, Salinas CA 93905)Klamath Falls (Contract/MOU services at Klamath Open Door Clinic, 2074 6th St, Klamath Falls, OR 97601 and Butte Valley-Tulelake Health Center, 610 W 3rd St, Dorris CA 96023)Mercy Toledo (Contract/MOU with Neighborhood Health Association, 832 South Ave, Toledo, OH 43609)Kaiser LA (Venice Family Clinic, 604 Rose Ave, Venice, CA 90291; Asian Pacific Health Care Venture Inc, 1530 Hillhurst Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90027; Hollywood-Sunset Free Clinic, 2815 and 3324 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90026; Eisner Pediatric and Family Medical Center, 1530 S Olive St, Los Angeles, CA 90015)Fresno (Contract/MOU with Sequoia Community Health Center, 2790 S Elm Ave, Fresno, CA 93706)Springfield (Contract/MOU with Capital Community Health Center, 1101 E Monroe, Springfield, IL 62884)Lexington (Kentucky Clinic North, 217 Elm Tree Ln, Lexington, KY 40507)OHSU Portland (The Multnomah County Health Department is an FQHC, so all its sites are FQHC. In addition, residents have a required rotation at the Virginia Garcia Migrant Health Center)Yes (Phase 2 Responses):Sparrow (Stockbridge Community Health Center; 119 W. Main St Stockbridge, MI, 49285; run by Ingham County Health Department; where we precept for medical students from the Michigan State University Department of Family Medicine, College of Human Medicine)Ventura (Residents provide inpatient services for Clinicas de Camino Real patients; contract/MOU in force)Long Beach (Have contract with Westside Community Health Center, Long Beach)Crozer-Keystone (We provide pediatric services to a CHC, ChesPenn Health Services, 125 E. 9th St; Chester, PA 19013)Oahu (We provide services to Waianae Coast Comprehensive Health Center, 86-260 Farrington Hwy; Waianae, HI 96792; North Shore Health Clinic, 56-119 Pualalea St, Kahuku, HI; Waimanalo Health Center, 41-1347 Kalanianaole Hwy, Waimanalo, HI; Waikiki Health Center, 277 Ohua Ave., Waikiki, HI; and Kokua Kahili Valley Health Center, 2239 N School St, Honolulu, HI)St Margaret (Lincoln-Lemmington Family Health Center in Pittsburgh)No (site-visited profiled residencies):White MemorialDurantOSU TulsaModestoSaintsWhittierPomonaArrowheadStocktonOU TulsaMercerTylerLas VegasGlasgowNo (Phase 2 Responses):HuntsvilleU PennJeffersonMcKeesportShadysideJohnstownAltoonaFairfax*NPCB P2 VI.1.1n(2) (SD VI 1.1n(2) (new)) If the answer to NPCB P2 VI.1.1n(1) is yes, does the entity have federally qualified health center status? Yes __ No __Yes:GlendaleOU Oklahoma CityDecaturNatividadKlamath FallsMercy ToledoKaiser LA (The Eisner Pediatric and Family Care Center just received it)FresnoSpringfieldOHSU PortlandYes (Phase 2 Responses):VenturaCrozer-Keystone (I think so)OahuNo:Indiana U MethodistLoma LindaMCE BirminghamDayton CommunityLehigh ValleyLexingtonNo (Phase 2 Responses):SparrowLong BeachNo Response:LouisvilleNo Response (Phase 2 Responses):St Margaret*NPCB P2 VI.1.1n(3) (SD VI 1.1n(3)) If the answer to SD VI.1.1n(2) is no, is the entity designated as an FQHC look-alike? Yes __ No __Yes (Phase 2 Responses):Long BeachMaybe:Indiana U MethodistLoma LindaNo:MCE BirminghamDayton CommunityLexingtonResponse Not Recorded:Lehigh Valley*NPCB P2 II.2.4 (SD II.2.4 (new)) Does your residency program include a substantial portion of patient care that is eligible for “federally qualified health center” reimbursement? Yes __ No __Yes:Natividad (100%)Klamath Falls (A couple of residents a month go to the Klamath Open Door Clinic; also to Dorris and Tulelake at Big Valley CHC)Mercy Toledo (FQHCs use residency faculty to provide pre-natal care and obstetrical deliveries and post-partum care; residents spend ½ day a week for 26 days (1 month of a physicians’ time)Fresno (All three of our FMCs are in HPSAs, but only Sequoia receives FQHC funds. Selma receives RHC funds)SpringfieldLexington (Kentucky Clinic North Hospital gets Medicaid cost plus reimbursement (FQHC))OHSU Portland (Richmond Clinic is an FQHC)Yes (Phase 2 Responses):Long Beach (Westside Clinic is FQHC)Crozer-Keystone (Residents spend one-month rotations at ChesPenn Health Center, an FQHC-CHC)No:Dayton CommunityMiami ValleyDecaturMercerLehigh ValleyKaiser LATylerLas VegasGlasgowNo (Phase 2 Responses):SparrowHuntsvilleVenturaU Penn (We are located in a federally-designated Primary Care HPSA, but we are not an FQHC)JeffersonMcKeesportOahuShadysideJohnstownAltoonaSt MargaretFairfaxLast Updated (23 May 2006 01:03) people found this article helpful. What about you?