Healthy people. Healthy community.
Community Clinic was founded as St. Francis House NWA, Inc. in 1989 by faith based community members who began providing ministries of food, clothing and shelter to those in need. By 1994, the focus moved to health in response to the overwhelming need to care for the uninsured.
In 1996, Community Clinic accepted an invitation from Bernice Jones to move to the Jones Resource Center in a professionally equipped medical, dental and eye facility. In 1998, Community Clinic was able to move beyond all-volunteer clinicians and hire full-time medical staff to work alongside our fully staffed dental office.
In 2004, Community Clinic became a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC). As a Community Health Center we offer convenient locations and hours, affordable, quality, primary and preventive care to patients in Benton and Washington counties. We accept ARKids 1st, Medicaid, Medicare, and private insurance.
Like the rest of Northwest Arkansas, Community Clinic has experienced tremendous growth over the last 15 years. Community Clinic has provided more than 90,000 medical and dental care visits to patients. Of those patients, 91% live at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty Level, 39% are uninsured and 60% are children.
At Community Clinic, we are mindful of the multicultural backgrounds of our patients. All of our clinics offer health care services that are culturally sensitive and appropriate. Interpreters are available for Spanish and Marshallese languages.
Helping people lead healthy lives by providing health care for all in Northwest Arkansas.
Where To Find Us:
MEDICAL CLINICS: Springdale, Rogers & Siloam Springs
DENTAL CLINICS: Springdale & Rogers
SCHOOL BASED HEALTH CENTERS: Springdale @ Jones Elementary, Fayetteville @ Owl Creek, Prairie Grove Intermediate School, Siloam Springs Middle School