At Tulare County's health care clinics, your health is very important to us. We want to be your choice for your family's health care needs. We have doctors who care for adults (family and internal medicine), children (pediatricians), pregnant women, and women's health (obstetricians). We have doctors who specialize in treating chronic pain (pain management), eye diseases (ophthalmologists), kidney disease (nephrologist), diseases spread directly or indirectly from one person to another (infectious disease), heart disease (cardiologist), and endocrine system, it's diseases, and restoring the normal balance of hormones (endocrinologist).
The Visalia Health Care Center and the Farmersville Health Care center want to be your partner for health. We will help you manage your diabetes, hypertension, and we offer immunizations for the whole family. We offer confidential services such as pregnancy testing and STD testing. We offer diabetes classes in Lahu, Spanish and English. We accept Medi-Cal, Medicare, and we offer FPACT, EWC, CPSP, and CHDP to those that qualify. We offer on-site interpreting assistance in Spanish, Hmong, Lahu, Mein, and we have phone interpreting services for many other languages. Please come visit the Visalia Health Care Center or the Farmersville Health Care Center. We look forward to answering any questions you may have.
Questions about Health Care Reform / Affordable Care Act?
For general information and questions,
please contact Covered California at:
1-800-300-1506, TTY: 1-888-889-4500
Related Documents and Links
- Covered California
Covered California is California's official health care marketplace where individuals, families & small businesses can find low cost health insurance.
- Patient Portal
Our Patient Portal is a resource that will allow you to access your medical record electronically.
- MyHealth Online Patient Portal Registration Form
If you desire access to the Patient Portal you will need to download and complete the MyHealth Online Patient Portal Registration Form. You will need to print and bring the completed form to any of the Tulare County Health Centers.