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Community Healthcare, Family Health Centers of San Diego, Downtown at Connections Community Clinic

Family Health Centers of San Diego

General Information

Description of Service

Offers primary healthcare services and medical appointments to all ages. Services include: sick visits; diabetes, asthma & high blood pressure care and management; immigration physicals; immunizations; physicals; pediatrics; CHDP exams; lead and TB screenings; women’s health including pregnancy testing, prenatal care, and pediatric development services, screenings and intervention; all birth control methods and sterilization; STD and STI testing and treatment; gynecological services including breast and cervical cancer screening; lab work; HIV testing and case management; mental health services including psychiatry and counseling services; health education.

Call for Hepatitis A vaccines and information. Vaccinations are currently prioritized for high risk groups (homeless, illicit drug user, food service industry workers).



Geographic Area(s) Served

All areas.

Facility/ADA Access

Wheelchair Accessible.

Intake Procedure

Call or walk in; a brief history is taken before services are rendered. Ask what documents to bring for the appointment.

Intake Requirements

Complete patient intake form. Photo ID, Social Security Number, Insurance card(s), federal funded health care card -if available.

Contact Information

Physical Site Address 1

1250 6th Avenue

Physical Site City, State, Zip

San Diego, 92101

Main Phone

(619) 515-2430


(619) 578-2410

Web Address


Client Information

Target Population


Intended Participants

Adults, Women, Children, Illness-AIDS, Low Income, Medicare Recipients,

Age Group

All Ages



Languages Spoken


Driver's License



Or California Identification Card or Military ID


Photo ID Examples: California Driver’s License, California ID Card, or Military ID.
Proof of Income Examples: W2 or pay stub.
To Qualify for free breast cancer screening: California resident, 40 years and over, proof of low income and not insured.

Hepatitis A vaccinations will only be provided for those in high risk groups : homeless, illicit drug user, or food service industry workers.

Fees or Charges

Types of Fees

Call for information.

Insurance Accepted


Payment Notes

Aetna, Blue Cross, Care 1st, CDP, Champus, CHDP, CHDP-TR, CHG, CMS, Family PACT, Medi-Cal, Denti-Cal, Medicare, Molina, Ryan White, and Tri-Care.


Hours of Operation

8:00 am-5:00 pm Monday-Friday (Closed lunch 12:00 pm-1:00 pm)


January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December


Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday


Mornings, Afternoons

Categories of Service