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Highly skilled physicians, pharmacists, dentists, mental health professionals, personal health coaches, educators and nutritionists that deliver progressive, patient-centered healthcare right here at home.
Now celebrating our 44th year of service, we boast 9 state-of-the-art-facilities, offer on-site pharmacies and labs plus extended evening hours and Saturday clinics.
White House Clinics are proud to offer quality healthcare to all members of our community. We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation, and as a Federally Qualified Health Care Center, we receive federal funding to offset costs for uninsured and low-income patients. Find out more about our services by clicking here.
In 1973, a young Kentucky doc tor named Phil Curd, fresh from a term of service in the Peace Corps, was determined to find a way to use his medical training to serve those Kentuckians most in need of healthcare. Jackson County was the Kentucky county most in need of a physician, so Dr. Curd hung out his shingle on a small white frame house—the house that eventually gave White House Clinics our name. Today that tradition of service proudly continues. White House Clinics offers “one stop” healthcare and an array of services for the whole family.
White House Clinics strive to enhance the health of our patients, our employees, and the communities we serve by providing accessible and comprehensive high quality primary care services.
Health Help, Inc. shall be the provider of choice for the highest quality primary care for highly qualified healthcare professionals by providing a challenging workplace that rewards employees both financially and emotionally.
Chief Executive Officer – Stephanie Courtright Moore, MPA, CMPE
Chief Financial Officer – Chuck Morgan, CFO
Chief Operating Officer – Mandy Grant, MPA
Chief Information Officer – Mike Neal
Medical Director – Dr. Patty Fain, M.D.
Pharmacy Director – Dr. Stacey Blackburn, PharmD.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Local community members graciously volunteer their time each month to provide valuable oversight and feedback to the White House Clinics leadership team. Board composition is reflective of the patient population served by the clinic and the majority of board members regularly receive care at the clinics. Our board members bring a wide variety of expertise including education, social services, law enforcement, health care, manufacturing, and economic development.
WHAT IS A FQHC?
White House Clinics are Federally Qualified Health Care Centers. Federally Qualified Health Centers are non-profit, consumer-directed health care corporations that provide comprehensive primary and preventive healthcare services which receive grants under the U.S. Public Health Service Act (i.e. Community Health Centers, Migrant Health Programs, Health Care for the Homeless Programs, Health Care in Public Housing Programs, Indian Tribal Health Centers, 42 U.S.C. 254b). White House Clinics employees are deemed Public Health Service employees under 42 U.S.C. 233(g) – (n).
White House Clinics belong to the National Association of Community Health Centers, Inc. (NACHC), a non-profit organization whose mission is to enhance and expand access to quality, community-responsive health care for America’s medically undeserved and uninsured. In serving its mission, NACHC represents the nation network of over 1,000 Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC’s), which serve 15 million people through 5,000 sites located in all of the 50 states, Puerto Rico, the District of Columbia, the U.S. Virgin Islands and Guam.