Summit Community Care Clinic is the only safety-net health care provider in Summit County, Colorado. We offer high-quality primary care, oral health, behavioral health, and reproductive health services to the medically underserved at an affordable cost. We have been recognized locally, state-wide and nationally for our integrated care model, and for the high quality of care that we provide.
Summit Community Care Clinic is a Federally Qualified Health Center. We serve the uninsured and underinsured members of our local community. We also accept Medicaid, Medicare and some private insurance. Uninsured patients are invited to go through income screening to be eligible for discounted services on a sliding fee scale. Please see the eligibility page for more information on this.
We offer integrated health services to our patients at a price they can afford. Patients pay for their care, however we work with patients to make sure their health needs are met. Healthy people are able to stay in work and contribute to our local community. We are a locally formed solution to a local need. Fees for services for all patients without insurance are based on income and family size. Patients without insurance will be charged according to a sliding fee scale if deemed income eligible. The Sliding Fee Scale is based on the Federal Poverty Guidelines. Charges for services are based on the patient’s ability to pay. No one is denied services because of an inability to pay. There are some non-emergent health services that require payment prior to services being rendered.