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  • Rae Yoshida from Antelope Valley College, United Way Directors, and the Visiting Nurse Association.

Health Update May 2010 Health Update May 2010 Presentation Transcript

    • Welcome
    Proposed Health and Wellness Center. Under construction May 2010. open in July 2010
  • Health Indicators Antelope Valley vs. LA County
    • Antelope Valley “Leads” the County of Los Angeles with the poorest health indicators:
    • Diabetes
    • Children & Adults with Asthma
    • Infant Mortality
    • Obesity
    • Smoking
    • ADD/ADHD
    • Heart Disease
    • Drug Related Deaths
    • Emphysema
    • Chlamydia
    • Children with Special Needs
    • Children Exposed to Tobacco at Home
    • Tobacco Use by Adults
    • Motor Vehicle Deaths
    • Alzheimer’s Disease
    • Suicides
    • Teen Births
    • Late or no Prenatal Care and
    • Overall Mortality
  • Logo VNA UW AVC Creation of AVCC
    • 2005, Antelope Valley Partners for Health (AVPH) completed a Community Needs Assessment funded by Kaiser Permanente. It concluded that there was a critical need for expansion of primary care, prevention and education services for the uninsured and underinsured.
    • 2006 Antelope Valley Community Clinic Advisory Board was created. Committee members included major providers, organizations & Community members: AV Hospital, Lancaster Community Hospital, High Desert Medical Group, Kaiser Permanente, County of Los Angeles and the Cities of Lancaster.
    • In March 2007 we incorporated as 501 C 3 and FQHC compliant Board
    • In August 2007 we received a start-up grant from Kaiser Permanent for $250,000
    • In March 2008 we acquired Care-A-Van Mobile Clinic from VNCS/PICF
    • In August 2008 we received $500,000 grant from LA Care.
    • In January 2009 we received Ahmanson Grant for $350,000
    • In March 2009 we acquired Clinic in Palmdale.
    • In April 2009 we began construction on Phase 1 clinic in Lancaster. License in June 09
    • In August 2009 we opened the Lancaster Clinic
    • In September 2009 we submitted FQHC Look-Alike Application
    • In January 2010 we received $350,000 & $850,000 from County for PPP Expansion
    • In March 2010 we received Parson’s Foundation Grant for $150,000 for construction
    • In March 2010 we received approval of FQHC Look-Alike
    • In April 2010 we began construction on 15,000 Health and Wellness Clinic
    • In April 2010 we signed lease on 6,500 sf Clinic in Palmdale with plans to move existing clinic in July
  • Clinic Services
    • Currently operate 2 Mobile Clinics and two fixed clinic one in Palmdale and one in Lancaster.
    • All will be staffed by physicians and mid-level Nurse Practitioners.
    • Family, internal and pediatric medicine, obstetrics and gynecology. OB Clinic from AV Hospital is sub-letting at proposed Phase 2 and Palmdale
    • Diagnostic laboratory and imaging services on-site and through AV Hospital and Lancaster Community Hospital in-kind support.
    • Preventative health services including prenatal and perinatal services. Black Infant Health, Healthy Births, Save A Smile etc through Antelope Valley Partners for Health
    • Screening for breast and cervical cancer, well-child services, immunizations, disease management for diabetes, asthma and hypertension.
    • Adult and Children's’ Dental program
  • Care-A-Van Mobile Health Clinic in service since 1996. Sees 3,200 patients every year at 16 sites throughout the Antelope Valley
  • Care-A-Van Mobile Clinic II. Donated by County of Los Angeles. Plan is to convert to full-service Dental Clinic in 2010
  • Primary Clinics in Lancaster & Palmdale
    • Palmdale- 2,800 sf opened March 1, 2009. Acquired from local physician. Primarily Women and Children but have expanded to adult medicine. Temp space until we move to larger clinic in Palmdale. Seeing about 750 patients a month.
    • Lancaster-Arbor Grove 2,800 sf. Opened in August 2009. 7 Exam rooms. Will see pediatrics & adult medicine. About 600 patient per month. When larger Health and Wellness Center opens we will maintain this space for older adults and or prevention and disease management care such as our new Diabetes Education & Treatment program. The new facility will be for Women’s Services including OB and Pre-natal, pediatrics and Family Medicine.
  • AVCC Lancaster Arbor Grove 2,800 sf 7 exam rooms. Adjacent to Health and Wellness Center. Will continue to use for Adult Medicine and Specialty Clinics
  • 2,800 Lancaster Clinic Completed 8.09 next to Health & Wellness Center
  • Antelope Valley Community Clinic-Palmdale 2,800 sf 6 exam rooms acquired March 1, 2009 Seeing 750 patients per month. License in June 2009
  • New Palmdale July 1 st 2010 6,500 square feet. 14 exam rooms
  • New Community Health and Wellness Center
    • 20 more exam rooms. Expanding our primary care, pediatrics, OB, dental and specialty care clinics. Adjacent to existing Lancaster clinic. Store all Mobile Clinics behind building and consolidate all administrative functions plus education and outreach programs
  • Funds Committed
    • High Desert Medical Group 2008 $50,000
    • AV Hospital $100,000- plus $70,000 in May 2010
    • AVPH Fundraiser $50,000
    • The Ahmanson Foundation $350,000-Construction
    • LA Care $500,000 for Operations August 2008-March 2010
    • Kaiser $250,000 start up August 2007
    • Ralph M. Parson’s Foundation $150,000 for construction May 2010
    • LA County $350,000 for construction & $850,000 for patient care. 2010
    • California Wellness Foundation for $150,000 general 2010-2012
  • Requests pending
    • Weingart Foundation $250,000 June 2010
    • S. Mark Taper Foundation $200,000 late 2010
    • CPCA- $300,000 est? Bridge loan or gap for construction
    • Federal Stimulus- $11 Billion for FQHC’s over the next 5 years for program expansion. Available in 2011
    • Kaiser Foundation- $80,000 June 2010 General
    • California Community Foundation $100,000 June 2010
      • Program grant not capital
  • Sustainability
    • FQHC- or 330 Look-Alike-Received approval April 2010
    • - FQHC allows significantly enhanced reimbursement on all Medi-Cal and Medicare patients
    • - FQHC provides us with 5 times the revenue for all Medi-Cal and Medi-cal HMO patients
      • - FQHC Competitive Grants also provide $650,000/year as part of $11 Billion Health Care reform package
    • Other sources of funding
      • Medi-Cal, CHDP, CDP, Family Pact, Healthy Families, Healthy Way LA, EAPC, PPP, Medicare, LA Care & other HMO’s
      • Foundation Support-Current: Kaiser, Ahmanson, United Way, Blue Shield, Komen, Avon Foundations, Ahmanson, Boeing, California Wellness, California Community
      • Potential: S. Mark Taper, Annenberg, Weingart and The California Endowment.
  • Construction Start-Up Funding $500,000 $250,000 $40,000 $200,000 Kaiser Permanente $100,000 The Ahmanson Foundation $350,000 The Ralph M. Parson’s Foundation $150,000 The California Wellness Foundation $150,000
  • Operational Support Kaiser Permanente Rural Health Grant Healthy Families Family PACT Public Private Partnership Expanded Access to Primary Care Medi-Cal UNITED WAY's Cancer Detection Program The California Wellness Foundation