Become A Patient at Caring Health Center

Why Choose Caring Health Center?

CHC is committed to eliminating health disparities and achieving health equity through providing accessible, value-driven healthcare for diverse, multi-ethnic communities in Western Massachusetts. Each Caring Health Center patient has a team of professionals that will help you make the best decisions for your health. Our care team has been recognized for providing compassionate, patient-centered care for more than 25 years.

In addition to medical, dental, and behavioral health services, CHC offers reproductive services, and support to manage chronic conditions like diabetes, asthma, substance use, and much more. Our Community Health Workers will advocate for those who need health insurance and other community resources, so their health needs can be met. At CHC, we can help you get health insurance and find community resources to help you meet your health goals. We accept all kinds of health insurance. Need insurance? Our Health Insurance Navigators can help you find the best health insurance for you and your family.

At the heart of your primary care experience, the providers at Caring Health Center take the time to get to know you, and your needs, so we can develop a personalized care plan to help you meet your individual health goals. Find a health care provider.

If you have questions, we are here to help. Call (413) 739-1100 and a patient care coordinator will help you through the process!

Caring Health Center offers discounted fees for patients who qualify. At CHC, we do not deny services based on a person’s:

    • Race
    • Color
    • Sex
    • Age
    • National origin
    • Disability
    • Religion
    • Sexual orientation

We are honored that you are considering joining Caring Health Center. We welcome new patients to the CHC family.

Call (413) 739-1100 and ask to speak with a Patient Registration staff member or fill out the form below.

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