When choosing APHCV as your provider, you can trust you will receive quality healthcare that is recognized at the federal, national, and county level.
Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)
Community Health Quality Recognition Badges
APHCV is consistently recognized by HRSA for its achievements in quality improvement in the areas of access to care, health equity, health information technology, and quality of care. Below are all the Quality Recognition Badges that have been awarded in recent years.
Health Center Quality Leader, Gold: Health centers receive Health Center Quality Leader Gold recognition if they are among the top 10% of health centers nationwide who achieve best overall clinical performance.
Access Enhancer: Health centers receive Access Enhancer recognition if they achieve Health Center Quality Leader or National Quality Leader recognition, and increase their total number of patients by 5% in consecutive years, including increasing the number of patients receiving mental health, substance use disorder, vision, dental, or enabling services by 5%.
Health Disparities Reducer: Health centers receive Health Disparities Reducer recognition if they qualify for the Access Enhancer badge, and demonstrate at least a 10% improvement in clinical quality measures for low birth weight, hypertension control, and/or uncontrolled diabetes for at least one racial/ethnic group during consecutive years while maintaining or improving their overall clinical quality measure performance from the previous year.
National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA)
Patient-Centered Medical Home
APHCV has earned recognition as a Patient-Centered Medical Home since 2017 for its patient-centered approach to care consisting of a team-based care model that helps improve communication and coordination among providers, and has been shown to improve the patient experience and patient health outcomes. At APHCV, we are dedicated to providing the highest quality of care for our patients by providing coordinated, whole-person care that is patient-centered with accessible hours and locations.
American Heart Association (AHA)
Quality Improvement Awards
APHCV has been recognized by the American Heart Association’s Target: Type 2 Diabetes™ Gold Award for its commitment to addressing the relationship between diabetes and the risk of heart disease and stroke.
APHCV was previously recognized by the American Heart Association in this initiative, earning Gold recognition in 2021.
APHCV has also been recognized by the American Heart Association with a Check. Change. Control. Cholesterol™ Gold Award for its commitment to reducing the risk of heart disease and stroke through improved cholesterol management.
American Medical Association (AMA) and American Heart Association (AHA)
Quality Improvement Awards
APHCV has been recognized by the American Medical Association and American Heart Association for its commitment to improving blood pressure (BP) control rates, earning Gold Plus recognition as part of the Target: BP™ initiative.
APHCV was previously recognized by the American Medical Association and the American Heart Association for this initiative, earning Silver recognition in 2021.
L.A. Care Health Plan
Provider Recognition Awards
APHCV has been a consistent awardee at L.A. Care’s Annual Provider Recognition Awards. APHCV was awarded Top Performing Clinic in the first two years of the recognition awards, and this past year it was awarded Top Performing Clinic in Chronic Care, and Excellence in Women’s Health and Pediatric Services for 2022.
Top Performing Clinic for Chronic Care, 2022
Excellence in Women’s Health and Pediatric Services, 2022
Top Performing Clinic for Pediatric and Women’s Care, 2020
Top Performing Clinic, 2019
Top Performing Clinic, 2018
APHCV was recognized by L.A. Care for its excellence in Comprehensive Diabetes Care, and Pediatric and Adult Services in previous awards that preceded the Provider Recognition Awards.
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Our mission is to be your home for personalized, culturally accessible, quality health care services. The care we provide and the languages we speak are a reflection of the diverse community to which we belong.
APHCV receives HHS funding and has Federal Public Health Service (PHS) deemed status with respect to certain health or health-related claims, including medical malpractice claims, for itself and its covered individuals.