Comprehensive Prenatal Care
Women’s Health: pap smears and clinical breast exams
Pediatric and adolescent medicine
Immunizations (Walk-in immunization clinic information)
Adult health: preventative, acute, and chronic care
Chronic disease prevention and treatment for asthma, hypertension, diabetes and obesity
STD Testing & Treatment
Comprehensive geriatric/elder care
Yearly Work & School Physicals
Help Accessing Free or Low Cost Insurance for Children and Adults
TB tests cannot be taken on Thursdays
List Of Providers
Bridget Harrison, MD (Spanish)
Amy Watson, MD
Margarette Shegog, MD
Frequently Asked Questions
IHCSCV provides limited transportation on certain days to all sites.
Other options are: VTA, Outreach, Pre-arranged transportation by health plans.
Main Phone Number
After Hours Medical Information
Location and Hours
Monday – Friday 8:30 am – 5:00 pm
How to Make an Appointment
Please call the clinic number to set up an appointment, call our phone operators, or send a message through our Patient Portal.
If patients are not eligible for any coverage, they will be placed on the medical self-pay Sliding Fee Scale or asked to pay full-fee. Depending on the level of income and their household size, patients will be asked to pay 40%, 50%, 75% or 100% of the total visit charges. If clients cannot afford, they will be billed for the visit. Bills are sent out once a month.
Ross Gritts Program is available to American Indian/Alaskan Native (AI/AN) patients who are uninsured and who qualify.
Self-pay (both Sliding Fee Scale and full-fee) patients are expected to pay 100% of the lab charges on the day of their visit. The lab offers reduced rates to the clients of the Indian Health Center.
Insurance and Payments Accepted
Anthem Blue Cross
Santa Clara Health Plan
Cash, Check, Credit Card accepted