Hackley Community Care Center. 2007: Services “At A Glance” Mission Statement: Our mission is to share our respect, compassion, quality and time with the residents of our community to promote and support their total health. Patients - 13,618.
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2007: Services “At A Glance”
Our mission is to share our respect,
compassion, quality and time with the
residents of our community to promote
and support their total health.
White: 6,188 45%
Hispanic: 1,626 12%
American Indian: 85 1%
Other: 77 1%
11-18: 2,363 17%
19-39: 3,961 29%
40-64: 3,047 23%
65+: 431 3%
Male: 5,395 40%
Health Program – 2,438
HCCC created a referral department to better facilitate patient referrals.
A full time nurse helps patients receive free medication through enrollment and monitoring of the Pharmaceutical Indigent Programs. HCCC staff coordinate with patients and pharmaceutical companies to help patients receive the medications they need.
HCCC was one of the first clinics to utilize the State MCIR registry. Our motto: Never miss an opportunity.
Childhood Immunizations: 6,711
Flu Vaccines: 2,734
HCCC provides a walk-in flu clinic for
fast and easy flu shots.
HCCC staff are located in Steele, Bunker and Muskegon Heights Middle schools. The program offers:
Dental in Schools: 84 Kids Served
A dentist, hygienist, and assistant travel to area
schools to provide dental exams and sealants to
elementary and middle school children.
The Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening program is a service provided for women who are 40 years and older, uninsured, and who meet the income guidelines. This service provides women with a clinical breast exam, mammogram, pelvic exam, and pap smear free of charge.
Grandparents Raising Grandchildren: MCIR registry. Our motto: Never miss an opportunity.Chronic Disease Classes:
A 6-week, 2 ½ hour once per week workshop that builds confidence for managing health, staying active and enjoying life.
within a 6 month time
You are not alone, a program that provides support groups and education for grandparents raising their grandchildren.
What a great experience for students and staff.
HCCC has 2 AmeriCorp volunteers – one works
with School Based Health Program and one
concentrates health literacy, reading and getting
books to give away to patients.
Casual For A Cause:
HCCC staff pays $2 to wear jeans on Friday. All the money goes back to community agencies (Love Inc., Rescue Mission, MAP, Meals on Wheels, etc.).