Featured Clinic

Johnson City Community Health Center Fall 2012


Johnson City Community Health Center, is managed by the East Tennessee State University College of Nursing. This facility brings together many of the health care resources of ETSU – especially the College of Nursing and the College of Clinical and Rehabilitative Health Sciences – together under one roof, with one goal in mind: meeting your health care needs. We are proud to welcome you
to this new clinic – JCCHC – which is a state-of-the-art facility on par with any of its kind in the United States. Funded by a generous
grant from the U.S. Department of Health Resources and Services Administration, it was built through the vision of leaders at ETSU,
the College of Nursing and the College of Clinical and Rehabilitative Health Sciences, all of whom are dedicated to providing access to basic health care services for all in our community and region. But this new building retains the foundation of its pre- decessor,
Johnson City Downtown Clinic, and that foundation is a philosophy of exceptional, individualized care for all patients. We have
changed the name of the clinic because it is no longer located downtown and due to the expansion of services. The staff at JCCHC continues the proud legacy of the JCDC. And like the JCDC, this new clinic is part of the College of Nursing's Faculty Practice
Network, which is a national leader in providing quality, affordable care to patients through community-based clinics. Visit our other
Johnson City primary clinics: the Day Center which provides care for the homeless located at 202 W. Fairview Avenue, and
JCCHC/JCHA Partners in Health Clinic which provides care for the residents of public housing located at 1136 E. Main Street. JCCHC is managed by nurse practitioners, or NPs, from the ETSU College of Nursing, and in addition to care provided by NPs, you may receive
care from other health care experts who are faculty members at ETSU, or students training under faculty supervision.