Mountain People’s Heath Councils, Inc.
Mountain People’s Health Councils, Inc. is one of roughly 1,400 non-profit community owned health centers in the United States. Community Health Centers were created to provide health care services to communities in need. Health centers are built and run by the communities they serve. Every health center has a local governing board made up primarily of patients of the health center.
MPHC makes a difference in in the lives of the patients it serves by providing comprehensive services including: internal medicine, family practice, pediatrics, family dental services, laboratory and X-ray, family planning, immunization, health education, hearing and vision screening, behavioral health and substance abuse services, pharmacy, and 24-hour call coverage for all of its patients.
Proudly serving the healthcare needs of the people of Scott and surrounding counties for nearly 50 years, MPHC’s clinics are located in the communities of Norma, Winfield, Huntsville, Elgin, and Oneida. MPHC is very active in the healthcare community and works with other local organizations to provide the services needed to reduce health disparities in the area.
Empowering the community through better health.
MPHC values, which continue to guide the organization to this day, are an expression of the vision and intent of our founders. These five values are:
Respect: We treat everyone in our diverse community, including patients, their families and colleagues, with dignity and respect.
Compassion: We provide the best care, treating patients and family members with sensitivity and compassion.
Integrity: We adhere to the highest standards of professionalism, ethics, and personal responsibility, worthy of the trust our patients place in us.
Commitment: We are committed to providing the highest level of excellence to those we serve.
Community: We recognize and respect the importance of our community’s health care needs.