Welcome to Family Care Health Centers
As one of the leading community health care providers in St. Louis, Family Care
Health Centers is dedicated to providing comprehensive primary health care services
to the residents of St. Louis. With two state-of-the-art facilities in the metropolitan
area, Family Care also works to improve the overall health of the communities it
serves by reducing barriers to health care.
Comprehensive health care is provided regardless of one’s health insurance status.
Family Care accepts private, Medicaid and Medicare insurance plans. To bridge communication
gaps with non-English speaking patients, staff provides interpretation services
for Hispanic, Bosnian, Vietnamese, and Somali patients and uses outside resources
for patients speaking other languages.
Family Care Health Centers offers patients convenience, quality and innovation in
primary care. Our Providers use evidence-based medical care to address your physical
and mental health needs. We coordinate your care across multiple care settings –
visits to sub-specialists, the ER and the hospital. Through our exchange of information
we help you better understand your medical conditions and provide the education
and tools you need to take charge of your health. Our Health Centers offer convenient
hours of operation including 24 hour access to physician telephone consultation
for emergencies – all part of FCHC’s commitment to being your “Health Care Partner
Our two locations
401 Holly Hills Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63111
Forest Park Southeast
4352 Manchester Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63110
Call the health center nearest you to
make an appointment.
Medical & Pharmacy Services
Family Care provides affordable and
accessible primary care.
Healthy teeth and gums are essential
components of good health.
We are responsible for our
conduct and our attitude.
We treat others as we
would like to be treated.
We expect the best of
We embrace change
We are honest in our
actions and our words.
We respect diversity and
individuality in ourselves
and those we serve.
To provide affordable and accessible comprehensive primary care services to anyone,
with emphasis on the medically underserved, and to train a primary care workforce
in order to promote the general health of the service area.
Funding has been received through a grant from the Department of Housing and Urban Development and the Community Development Administration under the provision of Title I of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974 (Pub L, 93-383 42 USC 5301 et seq.).