Assessment for children with suspected delays, hearing and vision screenings, behavioral treatments and family support for parents of children with special needs. Spanish speaking doctor.
Helps prevent and identify health problems by providing well-child exams to those who qualify and connecting them to ongoing healthcare coverage. For those up to 21 years old and on Medi-Cal; or up to 19 years old in a low-income family; or ages 3–5 attending a Head Start or state preschool; or all ages in foster care.
CPMG specializes solely in pediatric healthcare from birth through age 18. CPMG believes it’s important to have a doctor who’s an expert in the unique medical needs of children; that’s why their pediatricians receive additional specialized training.
Free counseling about Medicare and other healthcare issues.
Provides comprehensive nurse assessment, ER transition services, IV and infusion care, injectable medication and medication schedule training, wound care, palliative care, rehabilitation therapy, tube feeding supplies and training, incontinence supplies and training and social workers for help with insurance for children with long-term or complex medical needs.
Collaboration of community-based organizations, hospitals, government agencies, health plans, and schools working together to connect all children in San Diego County to medical and dental coverage.
Allows access to well-child exams, immunizations, sick visits, integrated behavioral health, Medi-Cal enrollment, case management/service referral for students enrolled in Central, Ibarra, Rosa Parks and Sherman Elementary schools, Monroe Middle, and San Diego, Lincoln and Hoover High Schools through community health partnerships.
Provides services for people who are least able to help themselves: research, public health, food and drug safety, grants, health insurance.