Patient Experience Surveys

Patient Experience Surveys As a Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH), soliciting patient feedback is critical, not only to our growth, but also to demonstrate our commitment to achieve the highest level of quality indicators possible. Not only does Camarena Health actively survey nearly half its patients (thousands per quarter), but these patient experience surveys serve as…

Annual Youth Conference

Annual Youth Conference As a healthcare provider in the Central Valley, we are faced with the reality of having an extreme healthcare professional shortage in primary care. One way we began to address this issue was by collaborating with Madera County High Schools focusing on Career Technical Education (CTE) and Health Care Pathway Programs. By…

Hospital Partners

Hospital Partners Hospital Partnerships The landscape and environment of health care is constantly changing, and in order to maintain a high quality of care for our patients, we must be forward thinkers and adapt accordingly. It is this “think outside the box” mentality that lead Camarena Health to work in partnership with local hospitals to…

Focus Groups

Focus Groups Camarena Health has substantially grown in our ability to serve the various needs of the community by adding new services, expanding and improving existing services, and/or expanding locations. One of the ways we’ve been able to accomplish this is by soliciting discussions via annual focus groups in all the communities that we are…

Reach Out And Read

Program Overview The Literacy Program at Camarena Health was implemented in 2002 with funding from Reach Out and Read and Reading is Fundamental. The program promotes early literacy to children 6 months to 5 years old, by providing anticipatory guidance to parents about early literacy and the importance of engaging their child by reading aloud,…

Car Seat Classes

Program Overview Camarena Health’s Car Seats Program is an interactive, educational, hands-on class to patients and community members, facilitated by Certified Child Passenger Technicians. The program was developed in 1993 in partnership with our local California Highway Patrol office, funded with a grant from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. After this grant expired, the…