Dedicated to providing quality comprehensive health care in a manner that acknowledges the dignity of the individual, the strength of the family, and the supportive network of the community.
Charles Drew Health Center, Inc. (CDHC) has provided needed health care to families in Omaha, Nebraska since 1983. Over the years, the number of insured and uninsured patients we serve has steadily grown, as has our health care services. CDHC is a FTCA Deemed Facility.
There are many ways to be a part of the great things happening at Charles Drew Health Center, Inc. If you wish to make a donation, click on the Donate to Charles Drew button.
If you would like to learn more about our Sliding Fee Scale program for families with limited or no health insurance, click on the Sliding Fee Scale button. For information on our next special event, click the Events button. If there is information that you need and can not find on our website, click on the Contact Us button - select any one of the members of our Senior Management team and we will gladly respond to your request.
Charles Drew Health Center, Inc. will provide over $1.5 million in uncompensated healthcare to patients with limited or no health insurance coverage. Yes, this figure represents a significant reduction in our annual costs of uncompensated care over the past three years, but the reality is that we need still your help!
Charles Drew Health Center, Inc.(CDHC) provides fulfilling and meaningful Volunteer Opportunities for individuals 19+ years of age. To become a volunteer, make an appointment to visit us at 2915 Grant Street. You will meet with the Community Relations Managers to complete a Volunteer Application, take a tour of our Health Center and learn about the volunteer opportunities at any one of our 12 locations.
For more information contact the Community Relations Manager at (402) 457-1216 or at Email
Sliding Fee Discount Program
This system helps balance the cost of medical treatment in accordance with current federal poverty guidelines. The Sliding Fee Discount Program is calculated based upon the number of people in your family and the total gross income of your family for a year.
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