This week, Osceola Community Health Services is celebrating National Health Center Week (August 7 – 13) by holding a Back to School Vaccine Outreach, in partnership with Clarita’s House of Kissimmee along the 192 corridor. 

During Monday’s Osceola County Commission meeting, Chairwoman Viviana Janer, Commissioner for District 2,  officially proclaimed this week National Health Center week in Osceola County. 

During the COVID-19 pandemic, Osceola Community Health Services played a key role in ensuring that the community had access affordable, quality healthcare. They are locally run yet part of a national network serving nearly 29 million people nation-wide. Community Health Centers care for everyone, regardless of insurance status.

Osceola Community Health Services is a Federally Qualified Health Center operating ten locations and two medical and dental mobile units throughout Osceola County. Services include Medical, Dental, Pharmacy and Behavioral Health for adults and children, as well as Women’s Health. OCHS is committed to provide our communities access to Health Care services, with emphasis on the uninsured and underinsured with the goal of Building a Healthier Future, One Patient at a Time.  For more information, or to support OCHS, call 407-943-8600 or visit their website at