Twice-weekly out-patient clinics where patients receive all primary care and behavioral healthcare services. If you can receive it at your primary care doctor or behavioral health specialist, Vecinos probably also offers it -- and in Spanish!
A limited licensed pharmacy provides prescription and over-the-counter medications with a strong focus on chronic disease management.
Patients are able to have labs drawn immediately in the clinic, with immediate results available for some tests.
Twice-weekly mobile clinics serve patients in their home and community settings. The primary focus of the mobile clinics is migrant farmworkers, breaking down the many barriers to accessing healthcare that migrant workers face. Mobile clinics are a replication of the out-patient clinic services, with full integrated care, pharmacy, and lab services.
Community Health Workers certified in the Stanford University Living Health with Chronic Diseases curriculum accept referrals from Vecinos' providers to conduct home visits and create individualized care plans with patients living with uncontrolled diabetes and hypertension. They also conduct regular support groups focused on culturally aligned nutrition and fitness.
Vecinos is one of just a few organizations in the region that offers Spanish-language services and, furthermore, a fully bilingual staff. Patients often come to us with needs beyond the normal scope of a health clinic. The Outreach Team helps patients find resources and make connections for all social needs identified, from food insecurity to winter clothing.