Contra Costa Health Divisions
Contra Costa Health is composed of several divisions:
A federally-qualified HMO, CCHP serves over 190,000 people in Contra Costa County with comprehensive, quality health coverage.
Ensures that quality emergency medical services are available for all people in Contra Costa County, and that emergency medical care is provided in a coordinated, professional and timely manner.
A regulatory program that provides oversight for businesses and property owners to protect the health and safety of the citizens of Contra Costa County and our environment.
Serves area residents by responding to emergencies and monitoring hazardous materials.
Integrates housing and homeless services across the health system, provides homeless outreach services and coordinates with local government, community groups and other partners on innovative strategies to address Contra Costa's health and social needs. Also includes the Office of the Public Administrator, which works to resolve the estates of county residents who die without wills or known next-of-kin.
Promotes and protects the health and well being of the individual, family and community in Contra Costa County, with special attention to communities and populations most at risk for poor health outcomes and those most affected by environmental inequities.
CCRMC is a 166-bed full service facility serving Contra Costa residents. Services include an emergency room, psychiatric, newborn labor and delivery, medicine, surgery, etc. CCRMC and our Health Centers are the training ground for our nationally-esteemed family practice residency program. Ten Health Centers throughout Contra Costa offer comprehensive, personalized, patient family-centered health care with a full range of specialty services.