Reflecting the spirit of Christ, our mission is to provide compassionate, accessible healthcare. We envision a collaborative community where accessible, quality healthcare promotes wellness for all.
We want to be your home for primary medical and dental care.
Our medical, vision, dental, behavioral and spiritual care services are here to serve our community. We will serve people of any ethnicity, language, gender, disability, religion or creed. Through a professional staff and over 130 volunteers, we specialize in quality healthcare that you can afford.
Becoming a Patient
Services are available to everyone — children, adults, and seniors. Unemployment, lack of insurance, and other financial factors are not barriers for service at Exalta Health. Fees are reduced based on your household income and number of members supported by that income. Unemployment, lack of insurance or other financial factors are not barriers for service at Exalta Health. We provide routine and urgent care for medical and dental, and it is our desire is to be your primary medical and dental home.
Supporting Exalta Health
Since our founding in 1996, the donor community has helped cover the gap between what services cost and what patients can pay. Businesses, individuals, churches and foundations make quality healthcare in our community possible through generous gifts of cash, goods and time.
Events are an exciting way to engage the community with Exalta Health. While they are important fund-raisers, we love them as “friend- raisers” for our ministry. Please become involved as a participant or a sponsor! And by the way, bring a friend to enjoy the event and learn about our good work.
Exalta Health, formerly Health Intervention Services, was established in 1996 to serve the uninsured and underserved with faith-centered medical care. The acronym HIS represented the Christian motivation for service. In 2017 our name changed to Exalta Health lifting up health and praising God. What remains the same is our commitment to improving the health of our community motivated by our belief in the healing power of Jesus.
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