Oakhurst Medical Centers, Inc. is a regional 501(c)(3) Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) designated provider of affordable, accessible, high-quality primary care services to residents of the low-income community, with a special focus on those that are medically indigent or uninsured/underinsured. With 7 locations in Metro Atlanta, Oakhurst has collaborative agreements with several local agencies such as Catholic Charities, the World Relief and International Rescue Committee, and hospitals including Emory Decatur Hospital and Grady Hospital. It is also part of a collaboration called the Seimer Family Stability Program with three other community organizations, including Communities in Schools, Decatur Cooperative Ministries, and the Jewish Family and Career Services. The program, funded in part by the United Way, assists children and families who are at risk at becoming homeless by providing them with housing, employment, educational, and health care services. It sees 27,000 patients/year.
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