Valley Community Healthcare provides general medical care, dental care, optometry, women’s health, prenatal care, pediatric care, teen health, behavioral health services, and longer-term counseling. Through the Patient Portal, our enrolled patients connect online to request appointments and prescription refills, and to access their medical records.
Valley Community Healthcare provides a wide range of services in one location to every member of your family 18 years and older. We offer preventive screenings, medical testing, laboratory services, and minor procedures, and we help patients manage serious illnesses, infectious diseases, and chronic conditions. Our primary care team of doctors and health specialists works together to integrate and manage your ongoing health issues and develop a personalized treatment plan that promotes your good health and well-being.
WOMEN’S HEALTH & PRENATAL SERVICES
We provide a specialized range of obstetrics and gynecology services for our female patients ages 13 and older. These include family planning health services, prenatal care, preventive screenings, appropriate medical treatment, and culturally sensitive follow-up support.
We believe a healthy life starts at birth. Our doctors offer a wide range of pediatric services to ensure that children, from newborn to 18 years of age, thrive and stay healthy.
BEHAVIORAL HEALTHCARE SERVICES
Our primary care doctors refer their patients to Behavioral Health Services (BHS), and take a whole person management approach in creating an integrated treatment plan that takes care of your physical and emotional needs. BHS staff work with people of all ages, offering comprehensive outpatient mental and emotional health services, and substance misuse counseling to teens, individuals, couples, families, and groups.
Teenagers between the ages of 12 and 19 receive all our general medical services including sports physicals, immunizations, regular check-ups, dentistry and optometry, and basic treatment for common illnesses in a separate, supportive, and non-judgmental environment. Our program is designed by teens for teens, and under the management of an Adolescent Medicine specialist, specially trained Peer Providers offer reproductive health and infectious disease counseling. Healthcare educators work extensively in local high schools, youth shelters, continuation schools, group homes, and directly with pregnant and parenting teens to provide important health information.
For over 10 years Valley Community Healthcare has provided full-service, quality dental care treatment at a very low cost to our patients. Our dental services include dental exams, X-rays, fillings, teeth cleanings, gum treatment, and tooth extractions.
OPTOMETRY AND VISION CARE
Valley Community Healthcare is one of only a few clinics in the San Fernando Valley offering our patients access to full-time, low-cost optometry services that include a complete eye exam, ocular disease treatment, eyeglasses, and contact lenses.
SMART HEALTH LA: Disease Prevention & Treatment Center
Our HIV/AIDS, Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Hepatitis A, B, and C infectious disease specialists provide individuals with confidential testing, diagnosis and linkage to medical care, either in-house or to outside medical providers. With the support of the Smart Health LA patient care team, a comprehensive treatment plan will be developed for those who have tested positive after STD screening. Additionally, mental health, transportation and housing referrals to other in-house medical departments and nutrition support may be offered on an individual basis. Our patients’ families, friends and loved ones also have access to counseling and support services through Smart Health LA.
HEALTH & WELLNESS COUNSELING
We offer exercise and nutrition counseling in individual sessions, in support groups, and with educational workshops to help our patients manage diabetes, digestive disorders, high cholesterol, hypertension, weight management, and obesity.
VALLEY COMMUNITY HEALTHCARE is a deemed Public Health Service employee under 42 U.S.C. 233(g)-(n) of the Public Health Service Act.