Santa Cruz Community Health 2019 Annual Report

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SANTA CRUZ

COMMUNITY

HEALTH

2019 Annual

Report

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journey

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SANTA CRUZ

COMMUNITY

HEALTH

journey

We don’t ignore what happens outside

the walls of our clinic. From changes

in the world around us, down to the

events in our patients lives, we work to

ensure our patients are healthy in mind,

body, and spirit.

Dr. Casey KirkHart, Chief Medical Officer


Dear Friends...

What started as a women’s health collective founded

by a group of UCSC students has – over four decades –

evolved to keep pace with the rapidly changing health

care landscape, expanding in size and scope each year

to meet growing community needs.

Change is in the fabric of our agency. Which is why we

are changing our name and becoming:

SANTA CRUZ COMMUNITY HEALTH.

We have always believed that high-quality health

care goes beyond the walls of our health centers. We

partner with local schools, hospitals, health plans, and

social service organizations to design a health care

system that goes beyond the needs of the individual,

but the entire community.

We’re also clear that health care is more than just

medical care for the body. It encompasses healthy

development, healthy minds, healthy spirits, and

joyous living.

Our name is the first change in a series

of new, exciting developments to come.

All of which are focused on building

community resilience, and

creating healthy, happier,

lives for all.

Read on to learn about

these efforts and

join us in building a

healthy community.

Donate today!

SCHealthCenters.org/donate

Glenys Davidson, Board Chair

Leslie Conner, MPH, Executive Director


Top decile among

county Medi-Cal

providers for:

• Preventable emergency

department visits

• Seeing patients within 14 days

after being discharged

• Post-partum care

• Adolescent immunizations

These measures indicate good primary

care access, effective case management,

and integrated services to improve

health and reduce unnecessary

hospital utilization and costs.

LIFELINE TO FAMILIES

The care we provide is A

who seek medical, social, or emotional healing.

Dr. garry crummer, pediatric director


our IMPACT

July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019

Total

Patients Served

11,548

Pounds of Food

Distributed

38,999

Total

Patient Visits

53,198

MediCal, Covered CA,

and CalFresh Benefit

Enrollments

749

Behavioral

Health Visits

6,976

Patients Who

are Homeless

940

Pediatric

Patients ≤18

4,170

Pediatric Patients

Who are Homeless

315


2019

1974

Became a comprehensive

family practice serving

5,000 patients: Santa Cruz

Women’s Health Center

Founded as the

Women’s Health

Collective by a

group of UCSC

students

2004

Building wellness

1984

in the heart of live oak

Collective grew to

expanded clinic model

Became a Federally

Qualified Health Center

and Health Care for the

Homeless provider

2012

UNITED to address a triple goal of increasing access to healthcare, growing affordable

housing and creating economic opportunity, Santa Cruz Community Health, Dientes

and MidPen Housing are partnering to create an integrated, state-of-the-art health

and housing hub designed to meet our community’s needs.

Donate today!

SCHealthCenters.org/donate

Opened East Cliff Family

Health Center serving

over 11,000 patients and

expanding pediatrics and

behavioral health

2014

Onward! New

partnerships and

new opportunities!

the

future


financial POSITION

July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019 (Audited)

ASSETS Cash and Equivalents $ 2,793,755

Accounts Receivables 1,131,089

Cash Reserved for Capital Project 975,849

Medi-Cal* 3,855,750

Fixed Assets 2,715,473

Other Assets 211,220

Total Assets 11,683,136

LIABILITIES Accounts Payable 199,314

Accrued Liabilities 770,385

MediCal 380,749

Notes Payables 1,070,672

Total Liabilities 2,421,120

TOTAL NET ASSETS 9,262,016

In Fiscal Year 2018-19 we subsidized the cost of 4,483 visits,

totaling $958,745.

*Pertains to retroactive (2015-18) Medi-Cal rate adjustments, not ongoing.

ANNUAL BUDGET $ 14,636,575

SOURCES OF FUNDS

• Earned Income 74%

• Grants & Contributions 26%

USES OF FUNDS

• Program Services 86%

• Administration 13%

• Fundraising 1%


Santa Cruz Community Health

P.O. Box 542

Santa Cruz, CA 95061

improving the

And

2019 BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Health

advocating

SCHealthCenters.org

of our patients & the community

the feminist goals

of social, political and economic

equality

Glenys Davidson, Board Chair

Jorge Savala, Vice Chair

Glo Nieto, Secretary

Naseem Nangoli, Treasurer

Cristina Alfaro

Claire Crossett

Andrew Goldenkranz

Isabella Kressman

Bill Leland

Eileen Murphy

Jackie Powell

Randy Pozos

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