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Sep 22, 2020

San Diego Metropolitan – North County Health Services changes its name to TrueCare

North County Health Services (NCHS) has changed its name to TrueCare (truecare.org). The name TrueCare was developed to refresh the brand promise of a superior patient-focused experience for all patients ⎼ regardless of their income ⎼ in its expanded geographic area of its 12 facilities in San Diego and Riverside counties.

“We care about the overall well-being of our communities and extend our services by connecting them to other social resources like Women Infants & Children (WIC), Feeding San Diego and CalFresh, providing a one-stop shop for health and wellness needs,” said President and CEO Michelle Gonzalez… more

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“I enjoy getting to know my patients and it is important to me that they feel heard, understood and involved in their healthcare.”