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“MCHC is a FTCA covered entity and its employees are covered individuals under 42 USC 233.”

MCHC receives HHS funding and has Federal Public Health Service (PHS) deemed status with respect to certain health or health-related claims, including medical malpractice claims, for itself and its covered individuals.

MCHC complies with applicable Federal civil rights laws and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, or sex.

MCHC is dedicated to fulfilling all obligations as an Equal Opportunity Employer. MCHC insures that all applicants for employment and employees receive fair and equal treatment, regardless of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, disability, national origin, or status as a veteran.

Please visit the contact us page to schedule an appointment or for general clinic information.

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© 2019 by Mountain Comprehensive Health Corporation.

Mountain Comprehensive Health Corporation,

a non-profit corporation, had its humble beginning in 1971 located in a trailer

in rural Leslie County, Kentucky. In the 48+ years since, MCHC has grown into

one of the largest rural community health centers not only in the

Commonwealth of Kentucky, but also in the United States.

 

There's a place nearby.

 

With over 380 employees including 58 healthcare providers across multiple

specialties, MCHC provides services to over 40,000 patients each year. 

Currently, MCHC clinics are located in Letcher, Perry, Owsley, Harlan, and Bell

counties.

 

                                                                             

Perry County has two clinics; Buckhorn Medical Clinic is located in        Northwestern Perry County serving the citizens of the Buckhorn community, and Leatherwood/Blackey Medical Clinic which is located in southern Perry County and serves communities in western Letcher County, southern Perry County, and northern Leslie County.  The Whitesburg Medical/Dental Clinic serves Letcher County and surrounding counties in Southeast Kentucky and neighboring Southwest Virginia.

 

The Owsley County Medical/Dental Clinic is located in Booneville, the county seat. The Harlan Medical Center opened in 2004 in the Village Center Shopping Center. The Pineville Medical Clinic located in

downtown Pineville, was opened in August 2015. The Isom Medical Clinic located in the Isom/Jeremiah community of Letcher County and the Cumberland Medical/Dental Clinic located in Northern Harlan County were added as clinic sites in the MCHC family in July 2016. The newest clinic site is the Middlesboro Campus Clinic, is located in Middlesboro Kentucky and opened in January 2018.

Come be part of the family.

MCHC has a long history with its patient base. Rest assured when you receive care at any of our facilities, you are part of the MCHC family. Our C.E.O., L. M. (Mike) Caudill says it well :

 

"Mountain Comprehensive Healthcare Corporation is the number one rural health program in the US. The strength of our program is based upon our excellent employees, who relate to our patient base as a member of their family. MCHC works hard to provide the very best of care to our patients by hiring excellent providers, support staff, and providing them with the best supplies and most technologically advanced equipment available in the area. Whether you are an employee or a patient, you are a member of our family and are important to MCHC. We are your family team of health care professionals, are you on the team?"

L.M. (Mike) Caudill

Chief Executive Officer

Mountain Comprehensive Health Corporation