To download a digital copy of your vaccination card click here: https://myvaccinerecord.cdph.ca.gov/
Para descargar una copia digital de su tarjeta de vacunación, haga clic aqui: https://myvaccinerecord.cdph.ca.gov/
Northeast Community Clinics (NECC) understands the hardships many of our patients could be facing during this unprecedented time. We are dedicated to continue providing quality, culturally-sensitive medical care while keeping the safety of our patients, staff and the communities we serve as top priority.
We support the guidelines from our Health Officials and encourage the ‘Shelter-in-Place’ and ‘Stay-at-Home’ orders to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
To accommodate our patients, we are opening telephonic health visits for medical evaluations to be completed instead of in person visits. For Medical attention, please call 888 – 311-6322 and you will be evaluated by a primary care physician.
In case of emergency call 911
Northeast Community Clinics (NECC) comprende las dificultades que muchos de nuestros pacientes podrían enfrentar durante este tiempo difícil. Estamos dedicados a continuar ofreciendo atención médica de calidad y culturalmente sensible mientras mantenemos la seguridad de nuestros pacientes, personal y las comunidades a las que servimos con máxima prioridad.
Apoyamos las guías de los Oficiales de Salud y alentamos las órdenes de “Refugio-en-el-Lugar” para evitar la transmisión de COVID-19.
Para apoyar a nuestros pacientes, estamos abriendo visitas de telefónicas de salud para todas las evaluaciones médicas. Para atención medica, por favor hable a 888 – 311-6322 y un médico de atención primaria lo evaluará por teléfono.
Para emergencias, por favor hable a 911.
Educational Video: COVID-19 Vaccine
Northeast Community Clinics Distributed 1,500 COVID-19 Vaccinations to Local Essential Workers
NECC Aims to Prioritize and Protect Our Most In-Need Populations From COVID-19 with Critical Vaccinations as They Continue to Work in High-Contact Environments
East Los Angeles, CA – On Friday, April 2nd Northeast Community Clinics (NECC) began the initial distribution of 1,500 COVID-19 vaccines to local essential workers and vulnerable populations who keep our community operating and our economy growing. Essential workers continue to pull us through an unprecedented pandemic, and they deserve to have the necessary resources to keep them and the families they come home to as safe and healthy as possible.
“Throughout the pandemic, essential workers never stopped coming to work putting at risk their health and their family’s health. We are immensely thankful for their sacrifice for which deserves to be recognized, and ensuring they are prioritized for the COVID-19 vaccine is one way to show them how much they matter to the stability of our economy,” said Dr. Christopher Lau, NECC Executive Director. “Thank you as well to the sponsors and partners of this effort in saving 1,500 lives. Your contributions and influence have brought 1,500 families much closer to safety.”
In partnership with the Los Angeles County Federation of Labor (LA Fed), NECC medical staff and LA Fed volunteers will be distributing 1,500 COVID-19 vaccinations to Los Angeles’ food workers, drivers, construction workers, government employees, and home care and nursing care workers. Along with the LA Fed, NECC is teaming up with Local 300, SEIU Local 721, SEIU Local 2015, and the Teamsters Union to ensure that essential workers that continue to be in need of vaccinations are reached. Sponsors for the event included Local 300, UFCW 770, the Southern California Gas Company, and East Los Angeles College.
“Our essential workers put themselves at risk on a daily basis to keep our economy running and too often their sacrifices go unnoticed,” Assembly Member Miguel Santiago (D-Los Angeles) said. “The least we can do is make sure that they receive their vaccines as soon as possible so they can protect both themselves and their communities. Essential workers matter, vaccine equity matters and vaccinating essential workers matters.”
“Today’s vaccination efforts will mark a new chapter for essential workers who throughout this devastating pandemic have placed their health at risk to ensure continuity of critical services in our society,” shared Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors Chair Hilda L. Solis, Supervisor to the First District. “I am thrilled to partner with NECC to bring 1,500 doses of hope to our courageous essential workers, ushering in hope for a new normal.”
All 1,500 essential workers are scheduled to be fully vaccinated by April 30th, 2021 and are receiving the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine. Each outdoor vaccine distribution event brought together more than 80 volunteers and medical staff to provide essential workers across multiple trades and industries culturally-informed care.
On Friday, March 12th, 2021 Northeast Community Clinics proudly announced its partnership with Teamsters International to provide 500 COVID-19 vaccines to our essential port truck drivers of the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach. The Teamsters and NECC held a vaccine clinic to support the health and safety of essential drivers that power the economy and transport essential goods.
Thank you to the offices of U.S. Representative Nanette Barragan, Supervisor Hilda Solis, L.A. City Councilmember Joe Buscaino, LA County Department of Public Health and the Port of Los Angeles for your efforts in making this possible.
Northeast Community Clinics (NECC) has provided state-of-the-art healthcare to the neediest in our community for over 50 years. It will continue its mission in delivering COVID-19 vaccinations to underserved communities and essential workers such as the Teamsters.
On February 19, 2015 Northeast Community Clinics celebrated the renovation and expansion of our Highland Park Clinic with a Groundbreaking Ceremony, attended by our Board President Robert Nakahiro, Executive Director Dr. Christopher Lau, and our honored guest U.S. Representative Xavier Becerra. Congressman Becerra’s continued support of NECC was vital in the award of the Capital Development- Building Capacity Program Grant that funded this expansion and renovation. The clinic is now operational as of August of 2016. The expanded facility will double the amount of patients it serves, increasing the women’s health and chronic disease management services provided to the community.
For over 45 years Northeast Community Clinic has provided high quality medical care to the uninsured and low income residents of Los Angeles County. We believe that through better health our patients are able to live better lives. We currently have 16 locations throughout LA County addressing health disparities that exist in the community we serve. We continue to carry on this tradition of service by ensuring that we continue to honor our mission. Our commitment to this goal has never been stronger. This past year we had 170,000 visits from valued patients in search of excellent affordable healthcare.
NECC positions itself to be a premier provider through the expansion of the Affordable Care Act. Our staff of 50 medical providers have the ability to ensure the highest quality of care with the current system. We strive to stay true to ourselves, as well as, the community we serve. Let us take care of you.
Christopher Lau, M.D.