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Hurtt Family Health Clinic


The Hurtt Family Health Clinic will hold a Grand Opening event for its new clinic location in Santa Ana, Calif., giving media, donors and providers an opportunity to tour the new facility and witness the impact that this clinic has had on the lives of those in need, on Wednesday, May 1, 2013.

This is the organization’s second location in Orange County, through which it will provide free health services to patients who are five years old and younger, including immunizations. These services are reflective of the Hurtt Family Health Clinic’s core belief that a strong foundation of healthcare from a young age is key to protecting against preventable childhood diseases and health issues. The clinic also provides healthcare services at little or no-cost for families, as well as individuals, of all ages.

The Grand Opening event will feature current patients sharing their stories, speeches from key members of the clinic, and a traditional ribbon cutting ceremony to welcome the new family clinic to the Santa Ana community.

A light appetizer lunch will be served following the ribbon cutting, during an open house portion of the event, where all attendees will be invited to tour the family clinic, and meet the healthcare providers and clinic executives. The Hurtt Mobile Health Clinic will also be onsite and open for tours throughout the event.

WHEN: Wednesday, May 1, 2013

  • 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m.
  • 10:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. – Current and Former Patient Stories, Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
  • 10:30 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. – Open House and Light Lunch


1100 B North Tustin Ave #D-1, Santa Ana, Calif.
Park in the Calvary Church Parking Lot located behind the Clinic.
Directional signs will be provided.


The Hurtt Family Health Clinic was founded to provide low and no-cost health care services to Orange County families. This new, second location in Santa Ana will allow the organization to broaden its reach in the Orange County community and bring additional health services to local families in need. By providing family healthcare on a regular basis, especially for children, the organization can work to prevent future illness and detect health issues with patients before they progress into life-threatening problems.

The Hurtt Family Health Clinics are partly funded through Children and Family Commission Orange County, and are operated in affiliation with The Orange County Rescue Mission. The organization’s other health clinic is located at The Orange County Rescue Mission’s Village of Hope.

About the Hurtt Family Health Clinics

The Hurtt Family Health Clinic provides full-service family medicine, including pediatric care, preventative care, behavioral health and counseling services, dental and vision services as well as health educational programs. The Clinic has both fixed clinic sites and mobile sites and is a low-cost, family primary care clinic that serves individuals by appointment and on a walk-in basis. Hurtt Family Health Clinic provides highly accessible, preventative, primary and specialized healthcare to homeless and underserved families through a full service medical, dental, vision, mental health, chiropractic, and health education facility.

Services include well-baby and well-child checkups, well woman exams and clinical breast exams, physical examinations, management and treatment of diabetes and chronic illness, provision of medication when applicable, low cost referrals for specialized needs, and patient education classes including chronic illness management, personal hygiene, and nutrition. The Clinic also contains a laboratory where patients can receive immunizations and vaccines.

The Clinic currently has two locations one located within the Village of Hope at One Hope Drive in the city of Tustin, as well as the new clinic located at 1100 B North #D-1 Tustin Avenue in the city of Santa Ana. To learn more contact the Hurtt Family Health Clinics at (714) 247-0300.

About the Orange County Rescue Mission

The Orange County Rescue Mission is a non-profit organization that uses Biblical principles in its programs such as relationships, finance, and parenting. The Orange County Rescue Mission’s innovative facilities and programs provide food assistance and shelter in addition to counseling, education, job training, mental wellness, life skill training, and medical services to provide a solid foundation for the transition to a self-sufficient life. To make a donation or inquire about volunteer opportunities with the Orange County Rescue Mission, please contact the Village of Hope at (714) 247-4300 or log on to

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Corynne Randel / Judith Brower
Brower Miller & Cole
(949) 955-7940

Day of Event Contact:
Corynne Randel
Cell: (714) 325-1212

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The New Santa Ana blog has been covering news, events and politics in Santa Ana since 2009.

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