Mendocino Coast Clinics, Inc. is a nonprofit health clinic building a healthy community by providing quality patient-centered health care to more than half of Mendocino coast residents since 1994.

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Sign Up for Patient Portal!

Sign up for our Patient Portal today and access MyCChart!  It's a secure website where you can request an appointment or ask your care team a question from the comfort of your home. You can even send a private message to your doctor and see a list of your current medications.

Just ask any of our friendly staff members to get a registration code during your next visit. Or call us at (707) 964-1251, and our helpful reception staff will be glad to give you a registration code. Once you have registered, you can click here to access the Patient Portal anytime, anywhere!

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Register to Vote!

We have an election coming up, and it's your right and privilege to vote. If you have not already registered to vote, you may register on line here.

The deadline to register or re-register to vote for any election is 11:59:59 p.m. Pacific Time on the 15th calendar day before that election. If you submit an application after this time, your application will still be processed for future elections.

For the June 7, 2016 election, registration must be postmarked or submitted electronically no later than May 23, 2016.

For the General Election on November 8, 2016, registration must be postmarked or submitted electronically no later than October 24, 2016.

To register online, you will need:

  • Your California driver license or California identification card number,
  • The last four digits of your social security number and
  • Your date of birth.

Your information will be provided to the California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) to retrieve a copy of your DMV signature.

If you do not have a California driver license or California identification card, you can still use this form to apply to register to vote by completing the online interview by 11:59:59 p.m. Pacific Time on the 15th calendar day before an election.

For more information on registering to vote you may want to visit the Secretary of State's Frequently Asked Questions.

Still have questions?

Call the Secretary of State's Voter Hotline at (800) 345-VOTE (8683) or your county elections office.

For Mendocino County, contact Susan M. Ranochak, Assessor-County Clerk-Recorder, Elections Department, 501 Low Gap Road, Room 1020, Ukiah, CA 95482.

  • (707) 234-6819 Phone
  • (707) 463-4257 Fax
  • Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
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  • Website: www.co.mendocino.ca.us/acr/elections.htm

 


May is Mental Health Awareness Month

This May is Mental Health Month, and Mendocino Coast Clinics is raising awareness of the importance of speaking up about mental health.  Mental illnesses are common and treatable, and help is available.

Mental illnesses are real, recovery is always the goal, and the best prospects for recovery come when we act before Stage 4. By Stage 4, the combination of extreme, prolonged and persistent symptoms and impairment often results in development of other health conditions and has the potential to turn into a crisis event like unemployment, hospitalization, homelessness or even incarceration. In the worst cases, untreated mental illnesses can lead to loss of life an average of 25 years early.

Addressing mental illnesses before Stage 4 means talking about what mental illnesses feel like and acting on that information, empowering people to be the agents of their own recovery, and changing the trajectories of their lives. Talking about what life with a mental illness feels like will help those experiencing these issues, as well as letting others know they are not alone.

The Fort Bragg City Council declared May to be Mental Health Month at their April 25 meeting, urging our community to come together to help each other with this important issue.

If you or someone you know is in crisis, help is available seven days a week, 24 hours a day.  Call the toll free crisis line at 1-800-555-5906.


Leadership Changes at MCC

Paula Cohen retired as the Executive Director of Mendocino Coast Clinics (MCC) and Lucresha Renteria assumed the leadership role as of January 1, 2016.

Both Paula and Lucresha began working for the clinic in 1992. Paula was the first Executive Director and Lucresha was the Director of Administrative Services for many years.

They have operated as a team over the years, guiding the growth from 2,564 patients per year with 7 staff to 11,300 patients with over 53,225 visits and a staff of 130 people.  While Paula is retiring from MCC, she is assuming the role of Executive Director of the Alliance for Rural Community Health (ARCH), which is a network of Mendocino County health care centers that collaborate to improve the health of rural communities by strengthening and supporting the efforts of their members to provide access to quality health care for all. 

Paula’s achievements were recognized at the January 29, 2016 Cioppino dinner as part of Crab, Wine & Beer Days, and all are welcome to donate to Mendocino Coast Clinics in her honor.  For more information on MCC programs and services, please call 964-1251.

Lucresha Renteria (left) and Paula Cohen

Los cambios de liderazgo en Mendocino Coast Clinics

Paula Cohen se retiró como Directora Ejecutiva de Mendocino Coast Clinics (MCC) y Lucresha Renteria asume el papel de liderazgo a partir del 1 de enero 2016.

Tanto Paula y Lucresha comenzaron a trabajar para la clínica en 1992. Paula fue la primera Directora Ejecutiva y Lucresha fue Directora de Servicios Administrativos durante muchos años.

Han funcionado como equipo en los últimos años, guiando el crecimiento a partir de 2.564 pacientes al año con 7 al personal a 11.300 pacientes con más de 53.225 visitas y una plantilla de 130 personas. Mientras Paula se retira de la MCC, Lucresha está asumiendo el papel de Directora Ejecutiva de la Alianza para la Comunidad Rural de la Salud (ARCH), que es una red de centros de atención de salud del condado de Mendocino que colaboran para mejorar la salud de las comunidades rurales mediante el fortalecimiento y el apoyo a la esfuerzos de sus miembros para proporcionar acceso a servicios de salud de calidad para todos.

Logros de Paula serán reconocidos en la cena de 29 de enero 2016 Cioppino como parte Crab, Wine & Beer Days, y todos están invitados a donar a Mendocino Coast Clinics en su honor. Para obtener más información sobre los programas y servicios de MCC, por favor llame al 964-1251.

 


Happy 21st Birthday, MCC!


MCC Earns National Recognition for Patient-Centered Care

NCQA Patient-Centered Medical Home™ standards emphasize enhanced care through patient-clinician partnership

WASHINGTON, DC— On June 24, 2015, The National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) announced that Mendocino Coast Clinics of Fort Bragg, California has received NCQA Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) Recognition for using evidence-based, patient-centered processes that focus on highly coordinated care and long]term, participative relationships. 

The NCQA Patient-Centered Medical Home is a model of primary care that combines teamwork and information technology to improve care, improve patients’ experience of care and reduce costs. Medical homes foster ongoing partnerships between patients and their personal clinicians, instead of approaching care as the sum of episodic office visits. Each patient’s care is overseen by clinician-led care teams that coordinate treatment across the health care system. Research shows that medical homes can lead to higher quality and lower costs, and can improve patient and provider reported experiences of care.

“NCQA Patient-Centered Medical Home Recognition raises the bar in defining high-quality care by emphasizing access, health information technology and coordinated care focused on patients,” said NCQA President Margaret E. O’Kane. “Recognition shows that Mendocino Coast Clinics has the tools, systems and resources to provide its patients with the right care, at the right time.”

To earn recognition, which is valid for three years, Mendocino Coast Clinics demonstrated the ability to meet the program’s key elements, embodying characteristics of the medical home. NCQA standards aligned with the joint principles of the Patient-Centered Medical Home established with the American College of Physicians, the American Academy of Family Physicians, the American Academy of Pediatrics and the American Osteopathic Association.

To find clinicians and their practices with NCQA PCMH Recognition, visit http://recognition.ncqa.org


Help Put Leaves on Our Dental Tree!

Our Dental Tree has deep roots. It started out as a Halloween decoration, and then it was decorated for the holiday season. With the new year came a new idea from our dental assistant Carol Linville. What if each leaf on the tree represented a child who came in for a dental check-up or a fluoride treatment? The tree grew more beautiful as more and more children’s smiles became more and more beautiful!

We keep adding new leaves every day, and seeing the tree makes everyone smile. Why not bring your child in to have a dental check-up and add his or her very own leaf to the tree? We’d love to see you!