The Cincinnati Health Network, a private, non-profit corporation, was established in 1986 to coordinate services and programs for medically underserved and special population groups of our community. The Network continues to function as an administrative entity that enables federal monies to be funneled to sub-contractors to assure that appropriate and needed services are in place for marginalized populations.
Currently, the Network partners with community health related organizations to respond to the ever-changing needs of our population, by improving access to comprehensive, coordinated quality care while maximizing existing resources. Coordination among all service providers is fundamental in the delivery of core services and the support of all programs. Over 14 medical and service providers of the Health Care for the Homeless Program and the Community HIV/AIDS Comprehensive Care Program collaborate effectively to maximize time and the utilization of funds for the delivery of quality comprehensive health care services to the medically underserved population of the Cincinnati- Northern Kentucky area.
We are an FTCA deemed facility.