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Access to Affordable, Quality Health Services

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From primary and specialty care to mental and behavioral health, we are taking active steps through partnerships and investment for all communities in the region. Some examples:

Some examples of our efforts:

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Community health center collaborations

We collaborate with the region’s community health centers (FQHCs) on neighborhood-based care, providing a comprehensive mix of primary, specialty and behavioral health care through in-person and telemedicine services. 

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Digital health equity

UC Davis Health is creating a regional digital public health platform to improve access and continuity of care for vulnerable populations in Northern California.

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Student-run clinics

For more than 50 years, the nationally recognized UC Davis Health affiliated student-run clinics along with our nonprofit partners have provided free health care to thousands of uninsured, low-income, and other under-resourced communities throughout Sacramento.

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Some recent examples of our ongoing efforts to advance health for all.

California cancer patients now have greater access to life-saving biomarker testing

A new law backed by the University of California gives cancer patients access to biomarker testing so targeted therapies can be used to fight their cancer.

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New at-home monitoring program for patients with high blood pressure

UC Davis Health and Best Buy Health have established a new remote patient monitoring program for patients with high blood pressure.

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$5.6 million for precision-medicine program aimed at treating and preventing disease

A $5.6 million NIH award will allow continued engagement and enrollment for the All of Us Research Program and the Nutrition for Precision Health study.

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MIND Institute café now open, serving coffee, tea and baked goods

Four years after closing due to the pandemic, the MIND Institute café has reopened. Purple Tree, a nonprofit which employs people with disabilities, offers beverages and baked goods.

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