United Community Health Center

Serving Southern Arizona Since 1983

United Community Health Center - Southern Arizona

 United Community Health Center (UCHC), a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC), is a medical home that provides primary and preventive health care to the population of southern Arizona and is open to all regardless of their ability to pay. Currently there are eight community health centers under the umbrella of UCHC, collectively providing care to more than 14,132 patients and filling the critical gaps in health care serving the working poor, the uninsured, the medically underserved and many high-risk and vulnerable populations.

United Community Health Center (UCHC) is committed to ensuring that everyone who needs primary healthcare, regardless of their age, insurance status and/or ability to pay have a welcoming place to come for support. This has been their mission for almost three decades and will continue to be so into the future. UCHC serves a vast rural area in Southern Arizona that previously had very few medical support services available to a population that is mostly uninsured or underinsured. UCHC works hard to ensure that all of their patients are well served in well-equipped surroundings and supported by a welcoming and capable staff.


UCHC Medical Center in Green Valley, serving Southern AZ

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Service Area

United Community Health Center provides comprehensive primary care services in Southern Arizona, covering an area the size of Rhode Island, and a county the size of Vermont.

We currently have six full service sites: three in Green Valley, one in Arivaca, one in Sahuarita, and one in Three Points. We also provide support from six school-based wellness centers in three school districts.

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