The Covid-19 Public Health Emergency is ending and millions are at risk of losing their Medi-Cal coverage. Here is what Families Together is doing to help.
The Covid-19 national public health emergency (PHE) is set to end on May 11, 2023. The PHE has been effective for over 3 years and many people may not know what the end of it entails. FTOC wants to ensure that everyone is informed on what to expect and how this upcoming change will affect healthcare and current policies.
As March marks two years since the WHO labeled Covid-19 a worldwide pandemic, Families Together reflects on the role of community health centers during the pandemic.
In 2021, Families Together faced many obstacles, but managed to pull together and keep increasing access to essential healthcare services. Read more in our latest release.
Families Together Medical Director and Pediatrician Dr. Lowell Gordon answers common questions parents may have regarding the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine for children.
FTOC is proud to announce that it has now reached an impressive milestone of administering more than 20,000 vaccines
The OC Register talks to our CEO, Alexander Rossel about the changeover to Blue Shield and asks if the COVID-19 vaccine rollout will bypass the hardest-hit communities served by health clinics.
Following the announcement that Families Together opened up appointments for teachers, food workers, and others who fall into Phase 1B, Tier 1, ABC 7 News stopped by our vaccination clinic in Tustin.
In an article that ran online in the Associated Press, Families Together CEO Alexander Rossel explains how community health centers are working to make sure patients are knowledgeable about the COVID-19 shot.