News and Events

ECC Receives Patient Centered Medical Home Recognition

Escambia Community Clinics, Inc. (ECC) has received recognition by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) as a Level 2 Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) for both ECC’s main clinic at 14 W. Jordan Street in Pensacola, as well as for its other eight satellite medical sites throughout Escambia and Santa Rosa Counties.  The patient-centered medical home model is a way of organizing primary care that emphasizes care coordination and communication to transform primary care into “patient friendly” medical care. Medical homes can lead to higher quality care and lower costs, and improve patients’ and providers’ experience of care, encouraging patients to become more active participants in their health care.

Childrens Home Society and ECC Awarded Impact 100 Grant

Thank you to the over 1,000 women of Impact 100 Pensacola Bay Area for choosing our Weis Elementary Community Playground project for grant funding at their 2015  annual meeting. Our collaboration with Children's Home Society was the first time two organizations have partnered to seek Impact 100 funding. What a difference this playground will make in the lives of children, families and the community!

Escambia Community Clinics Offers ACA Marketplace Healthcare Enrollment Assistance

Escambia Community Clinics, Inc. (ECC)  is offering assistance to individuals who are seeking health insurance through the Affordable Care Act open enrollment period.  ECC’s Outreach and Enrollment staff are available to answer questions and provide education on health insurance options through the federally facilitated Marketplace, including assistance with creating accounts, submitting applications, and reviewing qualified health plans. Time is running out to enroll! Call ECC today for more information.

ECC Receives American Cancer Society Award

TAMPA, FL – October 13, 2015 -- The American Cancer Society announced 21 community health centers across Florida will receive up to $10,000 each to increase colorectal cancer screening through interventions and systems change initiatives in their clinics. ACS will also provide training, resources, materials, and quality improvement coaching to partner systems through local staff partners.

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