The volunteers, providers, clinical and administrative staff of Elica Health Centers represent an amazing array of dedicated and caring professionals, who are committed to ensuring that patients receive the best care possible.
From treating your cold to helping you manage more serious health care needs, EHC provides healthcare that is centered on the patient.
EHC’s friendly, caring and hard-working team provide excellent care from our two clinic locations, which serve approximately 23,000 patient visits this year alone. A number certain a number that has been increasing with the implementation of Federal health care reform measures over the next few years, and we foresee it continuing over the next few years.
Our dedication to the community doesn’t stop at the clinic. We provide:
Approximately 150 to 200 home visits per year for patients too ill or incapacitated to visit the clinic for treatment.
Screening and referral service linking eligible patients to public benefit programs and community resources, such as CalFresh, the Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) and the Federal Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC).
Health on Wheels visits schools and offers health exams and vaccinations for students, and will be going out in the community in the future to assist those that cannot come into the clinics on their own.
We offer health care professionals with skills that are in demand, plus we are an FQHC offering great career opportunities, offering a community of caregiving that honors and embraces a diverse representation of people, ideas, and backgrounds. We seek to attract and retain the most talented and dedicated healthcare professionals. You see, we’re not just filling positions here. We’re investing in the long-term health of the communities we serve by staffing our system with the best and brightest professionals in their fields.
Did you know ours is one of theFederally Qualified Health Centers in the United States? We strive to serve with expertise the needs of the Russian/Eastern European immigrant community. EHC credits its capable and culturally competent staff, among whom are fluent speakers of over 19 foreign languages, for the ability to serve the region’s many immigrant groups.
Sacramento is the star on the map of California - where you will find cultural attractions to inspire you, cutting-edge cuisine to impress you, history to enrich you and surprises to put a smile on your face. Venture out in any direction and you'll see why we're so fond of saying, "California begins here."
Sacramento is the capital of the State of California and the county seat of Sacramento County. Located in California’s expansive Central Valley, it is also the core cultural and economic engine of a four-county metropolitan area exceeding 2.1 million residents. Greater Sacramento has been cited as one of the five most livable regions in America.
Sacramento is America’s Farm-to-Fork Capital, and that means it has fantastic food. There are more restaurants with high Zagat ratings in Sacramento than anywhere else in Northern California. Fine dining restaurants are nestled in historic buildings on blocks with art galleries, bookstores, and mom-and-pop shops. But it’s not all about the high-end eats. Ask any five Sacramentans where to get the best pizza or burger, and they’re all likely to give you a different answer – and you can bet it will be good.
Sacramento is home to the NBA’s Kings – and the city is known for having the loudest and most loyal fans in the league. There’s a lot of excitement surrounding the team, with new owners and a new arena in the early stages of being built in downtown Sacramento, see the Kings now, then come back and see them in their new home in a few years. The Sacramento River Cats play at Raley Field just across Tower Bridge from downtown Sacramento, and it’s one of the winningest teams in minor league baseball. Affordable tickets and a great location make it the perfect outing for family and friends. Soccer is the newest professional sport in Sacramento as the Sacramento Republic FC prepares to kick off its debut season in 2014. A new 8,000-seat stadium is in the works, and Sacramentans are already backing their new team.
Sacramento may invoke images of Gold Rush history, state government, and farming, but an upsurge of fantastic wineries is quickly becoming the center of attention for this historic region. The city is surrounded on all sides by a diverse selection of wine regions that have achieved an international reputation. Often referred to as "the Napa Valley of 30 years ago," the Sacramento region can best be described as an emerging yet thriving region. Still gaining popularity, the region has yet to succumb to commercialism. Most wine tastings are free, and visitors have intimate access to the wine-making process and the winemakers - many of whom greet visitors personally.
Sacramento has a vibrant arts and culture scene, from the high-production Broadway series musicals shown downtown to the murals painted all over the city and fine arts from ancient times to today showcased in museums such as the Crocker Art Museum. Sacramento has a variety of theaters showing everything from indie shows to theater in the round and the international favorites of the Broadway Series. Sacramento has several top-caliber performing arts groups, including the Sacramento Ballet, the Sacramento Opera and much more. Visitors can see shows in a variety of venues, including the historic Memorial Auditorium in downtown Sacramento and the Community Center Theater, parts of the Sacramento Convention Center complex.