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​​Press Contacts:​

Dustin Lyda, Communications Supervisor​

Email: dlyda@partnershiphp.org

Phone: (866) 828-2301

Alternate Email: pressinquiries@partnershiphp.org

                    

 

  

WHO WE ARE: Partnership HealthPlan of California (PHC) is a nonprofit, community-based, public health care organization that contracts with the State to administer Medi-Cal benefits through local care providers to ensure access to comprehensive cost-effective health care. PHC provides quality health care to over 565,000 people in 14 Northern California counties:

Del Norte * Humboldt * Lake * Lassen * Marin * Mendocino * Modoc
Napa * Shasta * Siskiyou * Solano * Sonoma * Trinity * Yolo

In addition to all Medi-Cal benefits, PHC provides enhanced services including eyeglasses and mental health care. We have a dedicated Member Services team and a 24-hour Advice Nurse phone line, as well as Care Coordination services for complex cases.

PHC is governed by a Board of Commissioners, comprised of locally elected officials, provider representatives, and patient advocates who meet on a monthly basis to set policy and strategic priorities for the health plan. More than 700 PHC employees work at regional offices in four cities – Fairfield, Santa Rosa, Redding, and Eureka.

WHO WE SERVE: PHC provides health care to some of California's most vulnerable populations, which include: low-income residents in rural counties; children; those with disabilities; and the elderly.

OUR HISTORY: PHC was established to address the use of Solano County emergency rooms as the primary source of care for local Medi-Cal recipients. PHC began serving Solano County as a County Organized Health System (aka a public plan) in 1994. While PHC has consistently grown over time, a series of significant expansions occurred between 2009 and 2013. During this time, the organization's membership quadrupled.

News

March02
March 02, 2017

Partners in Palliative Care saves $3 in hospital costs for every dollar spent

End-of-life health care often is difficult and stressful for an individual and their family. Over 79 percent of individuals needing end-of-l...
February16
February 16, 2017

February is more than St. Valentine’s month; it’s also American Heart Month

​It's February, the month of Valentine's Day, when we all see red, white, and pink hearts everywhere. Not surprisingly, February is also des...
December30
December 30, 2016

PHC Pilot Program Helps Members In Shasta, Humboldt Counties Lose Weight, Boost Health

​ "I wanted to participate in life instead of being a bystander," Katina Lauderdale, 43, of Redding says about why she jumped at t...
December15
December 15, 2016

Coping with stress and depression during the holidays

​The holidays are celebrated in our memories as times of joy, good cheer, and optimism. They are a time to be with family and friends, and e...
December06
December 06, 2016

PHC Aids Shasta Community Health Center Fellowship Program for Nurse Practitioners, Physician Assistants

​Besides the regular team of experienced physicians, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants at Shasta Community Health Center (SCHC),...
November13
November 13, 2016

Now’s the time for a flu shot

​Influenza or “flu” season is here and it is time to get your flu shot.
November09
November 09, 2016

PHC REMAINS COMMITTED TO LONG-TERM CARE IN EUREKA

Partnership HealthPlan of California (PHC) is pleased that its members will continue to have access to long-term-care services in the Eureka...
November03
November 03, 2016

PHC gives over $42.6 million in Quality Improvement Payments to 229 health care organizations

​Robin Affrime, CEO of CommuniCare Health Centers in Davis, says the nearly $1 million quality payment the three-center group received this ...
October06
October 06, 2016

PHC Applauds Increased Access to Mental Health Care via AB 1863

​Partnership HealthPlan of California (PHC), a community-based, public nonprofit health plan that administers Medi-Cal benefits in 14 Northe...
September30
September 30, 2016

PHC Remains Committed to Members at Eureka Long-Term Care Facilities

​Following news this week that Rockport Healthcare Services’ plan to close three of its five long-term-care facilities in Eureka was approve...
September29
September 29, 2016

PHC Statement on Planned Closure of Eureka Long-Term Care Facilities

​We at Partnership HealthPlan of California (PHC) remain concerned about Rockport Healthcare Services’ plan to close three of its five long-...