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MN ADC 9505.0255

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Community Health Clinic Services

A community health clinic is defined as a non-profit, tax-exempt entity that was established to serve underserved populations.  The community health clinic may provide a variety of services, including physician services, preventative health, family planning, screening, dental, and prenatal services.  In order for a community health center to receive medical assistance payments, such as Medicaid or CHIP, the clinic must have in writing, a list of health care services that it provides, policies about the medical management of health conditions, and policies regarding the maintenance of medical records by physicians in the clinic.

Current as of June 2015