How To Use Our New Website Design

Apicha Community Health Center Nov 25, 2015  

Apicha CHC

Welcome to the new Apicha Community Health Center website!

Because we care, our digital makeover was designed with you, our patients, in mind. Through the new website design, we hope to make the Apicha CHC experience even better.

Take a look around. Browse a bit. Sit back and relax, as we walk you through how to navigate the new apicha.org!

1. Request an Appointment

Your health and wellbeing is important. At Apicha CHC, we want to be there for you every step of the way. To ensure you receive the best medical care to maintain a healthy lifestyle, you can now easily make an appointment online. Simply provide your name, contact information and what services you're interested in, and we will reach out to you once your request has been processed.

2. Learn More About apicha

We pride ourselves on providing culturally competent healthcare in New York City. Since 1989, we've promised to provide compassionate and comprehensive healthcare and wellness services to underserved and vulnerable people living in NYC. Our cultural competence allows us to care for Asian and Pacific Islanders, the LGBTQI community and individuals living with and affected by HIV/AIDS.

Fast-forward to today, 25 years later, how as our story developed? Read about our team who has helped make it all possible.


Are you looking for affordable, non-discriminatory, quality healthcare? Request an appointment


3. Medical Care at Apicha CHC

We offer a variety of health care services through our clean, welcoming and professionally run clinic that can help you achieve a better sense of well being and higher quality of life.

Whether you're looking for primary medical care, HIV primary care, Trans primary care, sexual health services and/or behavioral health services, we're here to help you. Check out a comprehensive list of all our medical care services for more information.

4. Additional Services Offered at Apicha CHC

Maintaining a strong community is very important to us. From various LGBT programs, supportive service groups and community health courses, we offer a variety of different ways for you to get involved and meet your fellow apicha patients, friends and families. Check our services today; we'd love for you to join!

5. Follow the Apicha CHC Blog

Looking for a way to stay up-to-date on all things apicha? Follow our journey by subscribing to our blog to get updates in your inbox.

What do you think of our new website? We hope you use it and a like it as much as we do. Let us know your thoughts, by leaving us a comment below!

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