The mission of the corporation is to provide access to total health care services for all people, with an emphasis on preventive care and education, and with self-care and health maintenance being the end result. This will be achieved through effective program management, fully equipped medical facilities, and by the recruitment and development of highly qualified and dedicated health care professionals willing to serve the rural populations.
Mountain Valleys Health Centers, Inc., (MVHC) is a not-for-profit community health center organization offering quality health and dental care to rural communities in northeastern California for over 30 years. We are the only primary care providers in the communities we serve and it is our goal to provide top-of-the-line comprehensive health care to our patients. We strive to recruit the best medical providers, dentists, and behavioral health specialists available and to provide them with quality staff. We believe the personal relationship between a patient and doctor is the key to quality health and dental care. It is our goal to treat all patients with the care and respect we would expect for our own families.
Bieber, Burney, and Fall River Mills
Big Valley is located in beautiful, rural northeastern California. Big Valley consists of four small towns: Nubieber, Bieber, Lookout, and Adin. Surrounded by picturesque mountain peaks, Big Valley lies within Modoc and Lassen Counties. Many captivating views of Mt. Shasta and Mount Lassen can be seen from Big Valley. Our communities border the Ash Creek Wildlife area which covers more than 14,100 acres. About 3,000 acres are natural wetlands that are fed by the flow of seasonal streams. This provides habitat for a variety of wildlife. Throughout the grassy marshes, you can see large, long-legged Sand Hill Cranes, rarely seen wildlife and Bald Eagles soaring through the clear blue skies. The wildlife that can be viewed in Big Valley includes geese, hawks, mule deer, antelope, quail, sage grouse, owls, and coyotes. Our small communities are warm and friendly with an environment where people still wave and say hello as they pass by.
Burney is your gateway to adventure in the Intermountain Area, serving the communities of Burney, Cassel, Hat Creek, Old Station, Montgomery Creek, Round Mountain, Big Bend and Johnson Park. “Beautiful and friendly” best describes the town of Burney. Located just 50 miles northeast of Redding on Highway 299 east. Burney is nestled at the base of Burney Mountain, which is at the northern tip of the Sierra Mountain Range. The area surrounding Burney offers a host of activities: fishing, hunting, water skiing, swimming, kayaking, rafting, camping, hiking, sightseeing, hang gliding, golfing, picnicking, winter sports, and Indian gaming. Burney is your gateway to the Intermountain Area serving the communities of Burney, Johnson Park, Cassel, Hat Creek, Old Station, Montgomery Creek, Round Mountain and Big Bend. Burney is a full-service community. Living in Burney is all about simple pleasures, the skies are blue, the air is clean and our clear waterways are spring-fed.
Fall River Mills
The Fall River Valley is perfectly situated in North-Eastern California, between Mount Shasta to the north and Mount Lassen to the south. The area is home to abundant wildlife, produces diverse agricultural products, has countless recreational opportunities and supports a community that offers small town comforts. Fishing is world famous in the area lakes and rivers. The area is also a flyover for numerous species of waterfowl. Outdoor enthusiasts will find many undiscovered treasures to explore in this valley. We have a good choice of restaurants, equestrian, and rodeo events, a Clark Glasson designed and built golf course, The Fort Crook Museum, white water rafting, artists, and galleries. Seasonal events include a Christmas Parade of Lights, Pioneer demonstrations, bike rides, golf tournaments, food festivals, and the famous Intermountain Fair. Surrounded by mountains the Fall River Valley is home to friendly people, wildlife, wildflowers, and wild rivers.