No-Cost Health Services Cover Low Income and Fixed Income Californians Facing Cancer, Diabetes and Hypertension
More than $680,000 in no-cost health services will benefit low and fixed income residents facing the area’s top health concerns, including cancer, diabetes and hypertension, made possible with support from community health contracts awarded this year by the Fallbrook Healthcare District.
The voter-approved special district collects roughly $1.6 million annually to cover health care provider shortages, uninsured Californians, low-income patients and underserved populations. Since 2000, the district community health contracts have supported more than 270 health programs offering no-cost services for the North Inland San Diego County unincorporated communities of Fallbrook, Bonsall, Rainbow and De Luz. In the last five years, the District granted $2,983,504. Click here to view the full article.