The mission of the West Side Family Health Care is to provide the most efficient and convenient quality medical care to all patients. We will do this by utilizing 100% of our knowledge, skills and abilities to treat each patient. Every patient will be treated with respect and care at each level of contact within the clinic, as we provide quality medical care and the highest quality customer service.
West Side Health Care District will meet the goals of this mission by:
- Providing Health Care Services to the residents of the West Side Community and by enhancing, supporting, developing, and encouraging health care programs with agencies and other community groups.
- Being proactive in identifying the most pressing healthcare needs of the community and outlying areas while not replicating the efforts of others.
- Coordinate the healthcare resources, private and public, to achieve the goal of meeting priority healthcare needs.
The West Side Health Care District serves the communities of Taft, Maricopa, Ford City, SouthTaft, Valley Acres, Dustin Acres, Tupman, McKittrick, Fellows, Derby Acres and Lost Hills in western Kern County
What is a Special District?
The California Special District Association answers this question perfeclty.
Special districts are local governments created by the people of a community to deliver specialized services essential to their health, safety, economy and well-being. A community forms a special district, which are political subdivisions authorized through a state’s statutes, to provide specialized services the local city or county do not provide.
More than 30,000 special districts, according to U.S. Census figures, provide a wide array of specialized services to millions of Americans. Some special districts are large; many are very small, all serving diverse urban, suburban, rural and agricultural regions of the country - even within incorporated areas.
Scientists, firefighters, engineers, health care professionals, water and environmental experts, and many other specialists provide special district services. Their expertise allows districts to respond to a rapidly changing world and to new technologies quickly. Due to the specialized nature of their services, special districts must maintain their critical infrastructures and evolve with state-of-the art tools of their trade – whether it be a new, more effective water delivery system, firefighting equipment, transit system, lighting, or sanitation or other service delivery