Raleigh, North Carolina

The business model of traditional health providers does not accommodate serving low-income, uninsured, or underinsured individuals. Likewise, the existing safety net clinics in Raleigh do not serve patients once they get Medicaid, and none of them provide obstetrics care.

NeighborHealth is a faith-based community health center that provides accessible and affordable health care to low-income, uninsured and underinsured individuals. Further, they offer crucial support for pregnant women who are on Medicaid. NeighborHealth is the only low-income clinic in Raleigh that offers obstetrics and accepts Medicaid. Since 40% of babies are born on Medicaid, an investment in NeighborHealth is also an investment in the cause of life.


95,000 people uninsured in Wake County; 26,818 people not currently being served by a health center.


of population lives below 200% of
the federal poverty level.


primary care provider ratio
vs. 1,414:1 in North Carolina


patients served since 2018 with high-quality care regardless of ability to pay


NeighborHealth is North Carolina’s only faith-based federally qualified health center (LA)


nations represented in NeighborHealth patient population

Sue Thompson Heashot

Sue Ellen Thompson

Chief Executive Officer

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