CCALAC serves and represents the interests of its free and community clinic members. Our 54 members operate more than 200 sites in L.A. County and serve over one million patients per year.

They provide quality primary care (including medical, dental and mental health services) for the uninsured and medically underserved populations.



Clinics Laud New LA County Health Care Access Program

My Health LA program to provide coordinated, quality care for LA’s remaining uninsured.

Click here to read full statement



Quality Improvement, Nursing and Operations (QINO) Forum for Community Health Centers using the Electronic Health Record eClinicalWorks 

November 7, 2014

This one day free learning session will focus on statewide and local lessons in best practices and innovative project presentations from your peers at community health centers and consortia across the state. Topics include Patient Portal, PCMH Criteria, and new features of eClinicalWorks Version 10.

When: 8 am – 5:30 pm November 7, 2014

Where: CCALAC, 700 South Flower Street, Suite 3150, Los Angeles, CA 90017

Click here for more information.

You can register online here.

If you have any questions, please contact Candice Rowland at




Consider the following sequence: IDENTIFY, ISOLATE, REPORT. If possible, screening should begin when the patient calls in for an appointment. If a suspect case is identified: For LA County call County Public Health Monday – Friday, 8-5pm (213) 240-7941; After Hours (213) 974-1234 for additional guidance; Long Beach call (562) 570-4302; Pasadena call (626) 744-6043.

The following sites are a compilation of resources intended to support your efforts

Newly Released Information

Poster for Healthcare workers from CDC


  Click Here

Guidance on Personal Protective Equipment
To Be Used by Healthcare Workers During Management of Patients with Ebola Virus Disease in U.S. Hospitals, Including Procedures for Putting On (Donning) and Removing (Doffing)


   Click here

When Caring for Suspect or Confirmed Patients with Ebola 


   Resources available here

1) Ebola Preparedness Considerations for Outpatient/Ambulatory Care Settings

   Click here

2) Ebola Prep OP Providers with Cover Sheet Poster and Sign



  Resource available here 


3) PPE donning and doffing procedure:

**NOTE: Since Ebola is not airborne transmissible, use of N95 mask is not required. Standard, impermeable face mask or shield is adequate


   Training video here; Flyer for posting Click

4) CDC Ebola Screening Criteria

    Click here

5) Patient Notification Flyer

   Click here

6) Los Angeles Health Alert Network

   County DPH health alerts; information Click

7) California Health Alert Network – the State’s official public health and medical emergency preparedness altering and notification program. 


  Sign up Click here

8) Clinical Checklist for EVD Preparedness:

    Click here
9) CDC Infection Prevention and Control Recommendations:     Click here

10) DOT Guidance on the proper packaging of Ebola Suspected Waste:

   Click here

11) US Workplace Consideration for Ebola Exposure


   Resource available here






Annual Health Care Symposium

2015 Annual Health Care Symposium

Friday, March 6, 2015


The 2015 Annual Health Care Symposium provides a forum to network and share valuable knowledge and resources about the provision of quality health care. Each year presenters and attendees gather for a full day of sessions focused on challenges and innovations experienced by service providers and patients today, creating a valuable resource to service providers and administrators. The daylong conference offers educational opportunities for service providers, community clinic staff, community and state leaders, and other health care stakeholders.

The Community Clinic Association of Los Angeles County, The Coalition of Orange County Community Health Centers, and Council of Community Clinics in San Diego, Imperial and Riverside Counties jointly host the Annual Health Care Symposium. CCALAC, The Coalition, and CCC are 501 (c)(3) organizations representing community clinics and health centers in Southern California. They represent a combined total of 82 member clinics, which operate over 290 sites throughout the Southern California region, spanning from Lancaster to San Ysidro on the US/Mexico border. These clinics have provided vital health care services to more than 1.75 million patients with low or no income in medically underserved populations.

When:  Friday, March 6, 2015

Where: Hilton Orange County / Costa Mesa, 3050 Bristol St., Costa Mesa, California, 92626 

Click here to access the Annual Health Care Symposium webpage.

Click here to reserve your hotel room for the 2015 Annual Health Care Symposium. 

Click here if you would like to receive information about Sponsoring or Exhibiting at the upcoming 2015 Annual Health Care Symposium.

Click here for speaker information and presentations from the 2014 Annual Health Care Symposium.  

Please contact Alex Romanoff with any questions.

Get Covered At Your Clinic

Clinics are playing a huge role in Health Reform and can even help you enroll in health care coverage. Get started by checking out the links below.



Learn more about CaliforniaHealth+
and find a clinic near you.


Learn more about Covered California




Join the Health Happens Here

¿Preguntas sobre ObamaCare? 
Obtén respuestas rápidas.


For more information on Health Reform and the programs listed above, click here


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