Chapa-De Indian Health Program will hold a grand re-opening ceremony and ribbon cutting event on Thursday, May 7 at 4 p.m. in celebration of the expansion and renovation of Chapa-De’s Auburn clinic.
Senator Ted Gaines, Placer County Supervisor Jim Holmes, and Placer County’s Public Health Officer Dr. Robert Oldham will provide remarks at the event. Also in attendance will be the Chapa-De Board of Directors, local elected officials and community leaders.
Over 70% of the Auburn clinic has been completely renovated with a design that focuses on efficiency and care team collaboration. The renovation has successfully doubled the number of medical examining rooms offered at the Auburn clinic – from 13 examining rooms to 26. Dental operatory rooms at the Auburn clinic have also increased in number, from 10 to 15.The renovated facility is a full scope clinic that provides services that include comprehensive primary medical care, dental and orthodontics, behavioral health and substance abuse counseling, nutrition and health education, women’s health, pharmacy, and optometry.
Chapa-De has an additional clinic in Grass Valley. Last year, Chapa-De clinics provided over 70,000 services to nearly 19,000 people and Chapa-De anticipates that the additional space and improved facilities will allow even more patients to be served.
Chapa-De Auburn Campus
11670 Atwood Road
Auburn, CA 95603