Garfield Health Center (GHC) opened in 2004 to serve as a safety net primary healthcare provider for the low income and most vulnerable populations in the San Gabriel Valley, and to address the lack of bilingual and bicultural health care services for minority Asian communities.
More than 1,000 low-income residents around Monterey Park area will be able to obtain high-quality, low-cost and free medical services. In 2012, Garfield Health Center was Federal accredited as a non-profit community health center, which dedicated to low-income residents. This not only allows Garfield Health Center to provide more services for low-income residents, but brings higher quality of health care services. The number of patients will be increased from 2,250 to 5,800 per year.
Garfield Health Center provides basic medical services for all low-income residents with or without insurance coverage. Our staffs are fluent in varying languages, including Mandarin, Cantonese, Vietnamese, Indonesian and Spanish. Also, our social worker is here to assist the application of medical cards and food stamps.
Garfield Health Center service area includes the following postal district: 91754, 91755, 91770, 91776, 91801 or 91803, and will be the Federal Qualified Community Health Center that serves these areas.