(Pueblo, CO, July 10, 2023) -- Pueblo Community Health Center (PCHC) is again offering affordable sports physicals for athletes in both middle and high school enrolled in either Pueblo School Districts 60 or 70, as well as Chavez/Huerta K-12 Preparatory Academy. Appointments are available at the PCHC School-Based Wellness Centers at Central and Pueblo County […]
PROVIDING PRIMARY CARE TO THOSE IN NEEDPueblo Community Health Center (PCHC) offers a Patient-Centered Medical Home for all who seek care. Our practice model emphasizes a personal relationship with your Primary Care Provider (PCP). Your PCP leads and coordinates services with the help of a team of professionals. Our goal is simple: better care for you. We place importance on comprehensive, continuous attention to you, for your improved health outcomes.
“Everyone was very professional, helpful, and seemed to have my best interest at heart!” Tony E., PCHC Patient
Extensive Care Options
Pueblo Community Health Center’s Board Certified family practice physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, and nurse midwives offer the following services for you:
• Preventive care for children and adults
• Routine check-ups
• Family planning and birth control
• Cancer screenings
• Care for acute and chronic illnesses
• Treatment for minor injuries
• Minor surgery
PCHC offers oral health care services in the community regardless of a patient's ability to pay. Medicaid, Medicare, private insurance, or no insurance are all accepted and those who need care are encouraged to seek it at one of our convenient PCHC dental clinics (O'Rourke Dental Clinic and East Side Clinic).
Our licensed and trained dentists and staff care for patients of all ages including pediatrics, adolescents, adults, and seniors.
For questions about specific programs or eligibility, please contact the PCHC registration department at (719) 543-8711.
For treatments beyond the scope of PCHC's dental practice, patients may be referred out for specialty care.
Services Provided -
- Preventative care (exams, x-rays, and cleanings)
- Periodontal care (deep cleanings)
- Root canals
- Partial dentures
- Full dentures
Please call our Registration department at (719) 543-8711 for more information.
A full range of comprehensive health services is available to women before, during, and after pregnancy.
These services include the following:
- Free pregnancy tests
- Prenatal care and delivery
- Postpartum care
- Breastfeeding education support and assistance
- Newborn care
- Ultrasound and fetal monitoring
- Prematurity prevention sessions
- Childbirth classes
- Birth control
- Home visits
- Care provided by certified nurse midwives or physicians
- Supportive partnerships with local programs
Pueblo County WIC (The Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children) appointments are now available every Wednesday at PCHC. Schedule your appointment by calling the Pueblo WIC Office at (719) 583-4392.
Behavioral Health Services
Licensed behavioral health therapists help our patients who are experiencing issues like depression, anxiety, grief, and trauma.
Available behavioral health services include the following:
- Solution-focused therapy for individuals, families, and couples
- Group therapy, including therapeutic and educational modalities
- Crisis intervention
- Access to psychiatric medication consultation
Dental Health Care
PCHC offers oral health care services regardless of a patient’s ability to pay. Medicaid, Medicare, private insurance, or no insurance are all accepted and those who need care are encouraged to seek it at PCHC. Our licensed dentists and staff serve pediatric, adolescent, adult, and senior patients. For questions about specific programs or eligibility, please contact the PCHC registration department at (719) 543-8711.
School-Based Wellness Centers
In partnership with Pueblo School Districts 60 & 70, Pueblo Community Health Center is responsible for School-Based Wellness Centers (SBWCs) at Central and Pueblo County High Schools, as well as Chávez Huerta K-12 Preparatory Academy. SBWCs provide comprehensive primary and behavioral health care comparable to services received at a family practice physician's office, behavioral health counseling office, or clinic. PCHC will see any student regardless of their ability to pay. Once a consent form is on file, a student is welcome to be seen at ANY SBWC site. Parents/guardians with questions are encouraged to call (719) 543-8711.