Coastal Health Alliance is the only safety-net provider in West Marin, a region comprised of fifteen unincorporated towns. As a non-profit health care organization with extensive operational and administrative needs, Coastal Health Alliance relies on the generosity of foundations, individuals and government agencies to fulfill our mission of providing compassionate, comprehensive, high quality health care to the entire community. Donations help us update our facilities, purchase the latest medical equipment and undertake special projects and initiatives.
With help from generous donors, CHA is building an exceptional health care experience for all West Marin residents. CHA has been adding new services, including nutrition therapy, integrated behavioral health, on-site cardiology consultations, insurance application support and more bilingual service providers. We are most pleased about our expanding Dental program, bringing needed subsidized care to the area.
As agents of Health Reform, we seem to be in a continuous state of change, dedicated to improving health and ensuring a positive experience for patients. We are currently focused on a Team Care initiative, intended to optimize community access to our providers while improving staff satisfaction. CHA is poised to support West Marin residents through this exciting transition. We sincerely appreciate our generous donors and hope to have this ongoing support and engagement from the community.
Our Patients, Our Community
When people think of “Marin” they think of affluence and opportunity. But in reality, West Marin is a designated Health Professional Shortage Area where economic, geographic, social and cultural characteristics contribute to life-style disparities that impact the health of the people who live here. Community Health Centers were originally intended to reduce barriers to care and their role has been expanding under Health Reform, evolving from a simple safety-net to a progressive care-delivery model. As a rural Health Center, Coastal Health Alliance serves a wide spectrum of the community, with an egalitarian payer mix consisting of: