About ParkTree Community Health Center


To be the medical home for the underserved in our community by providing high quality preventive and primary care health services.


ParkTree participates in a strategic planning process every three years to best serve the community. That process is underway and will be completed by the summer of 2021.

Our History

The Parktree Community Health Center (PCHC) is a 501(c)(3) Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) providing comprehensive primary care medical services to the underserved population of Pomona and the surrounding areas.

ParkTree was founded in 1995 as the “Pomona Clinic Coalition” by Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center and other local healthcare providers in response to the burgeoning indigent and working poor population in the eastern end of Los Angeles County and to address the region’s lack of adequate public health infrastructure.

The organization was incorporated in 2005, received its 501(c)(3) nonprofit status in 2007 and started its first year as a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) status in 2014. The health center was the vision of Dr. Jamie Garcia and founded with her spirit of heart and hope. 


 Diversity and Inclusion Statement

ParkTree Community Health Center provides a welcoming and inclusive healthcare environment for our patients, employees and the community. It is a place where everyone can feel safe and secure knowing that diversity and uniqueness is not just tolerated, but appreciated.  ParkTree’s success is due to the variety of backgrounds, experiences, and points of view that our employees bring to the table.  We pride ourselves in our efforts to recruit and hire from the local community to better understand and serve our diverse community.  We believe in the importance of equity and will continue to provide access and high quality care to all regardless of socioeconomic status, race, ethnicity, language, nationality, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, and age.  


Our Financials

Pomona Community Health Center dba ParkTree Community Health Center is a non-profit 501C3. Every year, ParkTree undergoes an independent financial audit to ensure proper management of our programs and services.

Highlights of Our 2018-2020 Strategic Plan

Ensure Access to Quality Care: enhance the patient and staff experience, focus on true integration of all health care services (medical, dental, behavioral health), follow the principles of a patient centered medical home, and expand services to meet the most urgent community needs.

Achieve Financial Sustainability: utilize data and best-practices to drive decision-making, increase number of visits of new and current patients, implement operation models that are fiscally feasible and diversify revenue streams and philanthropic support.

Strengthen Our Leadership Team for the Future: strengthen the Board of Directors through expansion and ensuring engaged membership, develop succession planning for key leadership positions, focus on recruitment and retention of clinicians, become an employer of choice within the healthcare community and implement an agency-wide incentive program that focuses on quality.

Elevate ParkTree Brand Awareness: strengthen collaborative relationships with current and new partners, enhance community awareness of services and support initiatives that promote the mission and vision of the organization.

ParkTree is commencing its 2021-2024 strategic plan. Want to participate — email: info@parktreechc.org for more information.

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