Access Health Louisiana (AHL) is the largest network of Federally Qualified Health Centers in the state. Our network of more than 90 providers sees more than 41,000 patients a year in ten Louisiana parishes including: Orleans, Jefferson, St. Bernard, St. Tammany, St. Charles, Washington, Plaquemines, Tangipahoa, Iberville and Rapides.
Our mission is simple: to improve the health of the people we serve. We do this by striving for the highest levels of patient care every day. In fact, Access Health Louisiana has been recognized by the National Committee for Quality Assurance as a Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) based upon standards of patient safety and quality. This means that AHL adheres to evidenced-based standards shown to improve quality, health and safety of its patients, as well as reduced costs.
Access Health Louisiana is also a 2018 recipient of a Quality Improvement Award from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA). As a health center quality leader, AHL achieved the best overall clinical performance among all health centers, placing in the top 30 percent of the adjusted quartile rankings for Clinical Quality Measures.
Members of the Root Cause Coalition's annual conference toured the South Broad Community Health Center on Monday, October 8, 2018. Louisiana Healthcare Connections selected Access Health Louisiana (AHL) to host the tour of its Broadmoor clinic due to its long-standing … Continue reading
Access Health Louisiana (AHL) participated once again in the annual health fair and community outreach event at Verbo Christian Church in Kenner. The 12th Annual Health Fair united community partners to talk about their services for families. AHL's Margarita Tillman, Outreach … Continue reading
Access Health Louisiana (AHL) has received a 2018 Quality Improvement Award from the Health Resources and Services Administration. As a health center quality leader, AHL achieved the best overall clinical performance among all health centers, placing in the top 30 … Continue reading
On November 6th, St. Charles Parish residents will vote on a 0.61-mill, 10 year property tax renewal to continue supporting public health unit facilities. Public Health Units, like the St. Charles Community Health Center, contribute to the overall quality of … Continue reading