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Community Health Clinic Ole & Sister Ann Dental Clinic
Address - Directions :
1141 Pear Tree Lane, Suite 100
Napa, CA, 94558
When -Time Etc :
Medical Services:
Hours: Monday -Thursday 8:15 am- 8:45 pm ; Friday 8:15 am- 4:45 pm; Saturday 8:15 am- 4:45 pm

Sister Ann Dental Clinic:
Hours: Monday- Friday 8 am-5 pm; open two Saturdays each month

Contact Numbers :

Sr.No Contact Name Contact Person Contact No.
1 Phone (Medical) (707) 254-1770
2 Phone (Dental) (707) 258-6128

Services :
Medical Services:
- Adult and Pediatric Medicine
- Immunizations
- Well Child Exams (CHDP)
- Women’s Health Exams
- Obstetrics and Gynecology
- Diabetes Testing and Management
- Nutrition
- TB Screening and Treatment
- Immigration Physicals
- Medical Case Management
- Homeless Health Care Program
- Inpatient Care for Clinic Patients
- Acupuncture
- Diabetes Support Groups

Sister Ann Dental Services:
- Cleaning
- Examination/X-rays
- Fluoride Treatments
- Oral Hygiene Instruction
- Sealants
- Fillings
- Minor Oral Surgery
- Emergency Dental Care
Notes :
Clinic Ole and Sister Ann charge for services on a sliding fee scale, which is based on family income. In order to qualify for the sliding fee discount, you must bring proof of income to your first appointment.
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Mission/Goal/history :

Community Health Clinic Ole (Clinic Ole) was founded in 1972 to provide health care to the resident and migrant agricultural workers in Napa County. With no County hospital and no County-provided primary health services, these low-income, uninsured individuals had nowhere to go for affordable health care. We began providing health services with volunteer physicians and staff from St. Helena and Queen of the Valley Hospitals in a small room above La Luna Market in Rutherford. Today, Clinic Ole is a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) and the only nonprofit community clinic in the County.

Sister Ann joined the Clinic Ole family in 2005. In 1989, Sister Ann McGuinn of Queen of the Valley Hospital, created Queen of the Valley Children’s Dental Clinic to address the need for affordable dental care for children in Napa County. At that time, low-income, uninsured children who could not get dental care often ended up in the hospital emergency room seeking relief from painful dental problems. It was soon clear that a much larger dental facility was needed to serve this population. In 1991, with a grant from the State of California, a new clinic called the Napa Valley Community Dental Clinic was opened, and was later named Sister Ann Community Dental Clinic in honor of its founder.

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