Phone: (208) 253-4242
Phone: (208) 253-4242
ACHC serves residents and visitors of a large rural geographic area including communities in Washington, Adams, Valley, Idaho and surrounding Counties. With Healthcare facilities few and far between, ACHC offers an array of services to meet your healthcare needs. On our professional staff, we have Family Nurse Practitioners, a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner, Two Dentists, a Dental Hygienist, an Optometrist and a Physical Therapist as part of our healthcare team.
When you choose us, you join a community. We work not just with you but with other members of our community to build a network of people working together for a healthier world.
We promise to always provide exceptional health care and outstanding service, regardless of your ability to pay.
Your neighborhood medical home – an accessible one-stop location providing high-quality patient-centered care for you and your family.
The staff at ACHC is committed to continuing education to provide the most current knowledge and techniques to help you and your family with your healthcare needs. Our Team-Based approach will provide individualized care that focuses on wellness and prevention.
Our team will support you in building a healthier you. No matter what your health needs are, having a team support you will keep you on the path to meeting them. We work together to connect you with the services you need.
WE ARE A PATIENT CENTERED MEDICAL HOME
ACHC is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization and relies heavily upon donations and grant funding. Donations are tax deductible under IRS sections 2055, 2106, or 2522 of the Code. Currently our federally - qualified health center serves about 3,700 individuals and is located at 205 N. Berkley.
Starting out as the Council Hospital, this facility met the full service & emergent healthcare needs for our rural community. Due to lack of funding, the hospital morphed into a skilled nursing home for area residents to reside with round-the-clock care.
By April 2002, the clinic was reorganized to become designated as a free-standing Rural Health Clinic, offering primary preventative healthcare. In December 2004, ACHC became a Federally Qualified Health Center and eligible to receive additional funds and enhanced reimbursement opportunities.
Home to approximately 3,900 residents and encompassing 1,365 square miles, Adams County is designated as a Primary Care, Dental and Mental Health Professional Shortage Area, as well as a Medically Underserved Population area. ACHC has grown substantially and is now the largest private employer in Adams County.