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Our mission at UCI Health Family Health Center — Santa Ana is to improve the health and well-being of our patients by providing high-quality, accessible and comprehensive primary care to every member of the family, from newborns and children to teens and older adults.
We are is a community health center affiliated with UC Irvine Medical Center and UCI School of Medicine.
- Healthcare for the whole family, including diagnosis and treatment of diabetes, high blood pressure, asthma, arthritis, childhood illnesses, pregnancy and many other conditions
- Children’s healthcare, including well-child care, school physicals, diagnosis and treatment of infections and care for children with special needs
- Healthcare for women, including Pap tests, breast exams, family planning and prenatal care
- Immunizations (during doctor’s appointments)
- Same-day appointments
- Dental care
- Nutritional counseling
- X-ray and laboratory services
- Social services
- Bilingual staff
Schedule a new patient visit, physical exam or a same-day appointment by calling us at 888-456-7002.
Depending on your health insurance coverage, we may be able to help you make an appointment with a specialist. To avoid delays, please be familiar with your insurance plan.
Insurance & Billing
UCI Health Family Health Center —Santa Ana accepts many insurance plans. Depending on your plan, you may be asked for a co-payment at the time of your office visit. A sliding fee scale is available for low-income patients.
At each visit, please provide a copy of your current health insurance card(s) or your eligibility letter of current coverage. If you have billing questions, call 714-456-6324. Please tell us if you change your address or your home or work telephone number.
No appointment is needed to see our our highly trained nurse practitioners, who provide immediate care for patients ages 2 and up. We offer evening and Saturday care for minor illnesses and injuries, including:
- Cold, fever and flu symptoms
- Ear aches and headaches
- Mild asthma or breathing difficulties
- Minor wounds, splinters and lacerations
- Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea and dizziness
- Urinary tract infections
- Limited lab tests
- No X-rays
In the event of a serious or life-threatening emergency, call 911 or go to your nearest urgent care center or emergency room.
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