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Peak Vista Community Health Centers is a nonprofit Federally Qualified Health Center dedicated to providing exceptional medical and dental care that incorporates behavioral health services in a collaborative team setting for people of all ages. We proudly serve over 81,000 patients through 22 outpatient centers in Colorado's Pikes Peak and East Central regions.

Our Mission

To provide exceptional health care to people facing access barriers through clinical programs and education.

Our Vision

Peak Vista is an organization focused on enhancing the health of people and the community-at-large through a professional, caring staff who are motivated, enthusiastic, respectful, energetic and committed to strategic partnerships.

Our Values

We treat everyone with respect and embrace cultural diversity amongst ourselves and our community.

We will ensure responsible stewardship of the human, financial, and material resources as well as data and information entrusted to us. We will improve performance through evidence-based medical practices and sound business principles.

We will strive to deliver the best outcomes and highest quality service through the dedicated effort of every team member. We embrace innovation, responsible risk-taking and continuous improvement.

We are sensitive to the needs of our community by providing patient-centered health care with kindness and empathy.

Our success depends on engaged and competent people who share our vision and mission and work together to attain it.

We strive to foster a work environment that continuously supports employee engagement. We highly value employees who bring discretionary effort, work with passion, drive, innovation and feel a profound connection to our company and Mission.

Our History

Peak Vista Community Health Centers has proudly served Colorado communities since 1971. Our center began as an all-volunteer organization − open just two nights a week for walk-in patients. Today, we provide high-quality medical, dental, and behavioral health care to more than 81,000 patients in Colorado's Pikes Peak and East Central regions.

For over fifty years, our commitment to reducing access barriers for individuals and families has never wavered. We continue to build upon our founding ideals and expand to meet the changing needs of our patient population. Our history is a story of community support, strong partnerships, and dedicated staff, and we encourage you to follow our journey on our dedicated history page:

Our History

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  • Frequently Asked Questions 

A Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC) is a group of community-based health care providers that receive funds from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) to provide primary care to underserved areas.

Yes! In efforts to provide high-quality care to our patients, Peak Vista (Pikes Peak & East Central regions) maintains accreditation through the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care, Inc (AAAHC).

The Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC) is a private, non-profit organization formed in 1979. AAAHC is the preeminent leader in developing standards to advance and promote patient safety, quality and value for ambulatory health care through peer-based accreditation processes, education and research.

Since the nation’s first health Community Health Centers opened in 1965, expansion of the federally supported health center system to over 1,400 organizations has created an affordable health care option for more than 30 million people. Health centers help increase access to crucial primary care by reducing barriers such as cost, lack of insurance, distance, and language for their patients. In doing so, health centers — also called Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs)– provide substantial benefits to the country and its health care system.

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