Saint Elizabeth’s Health Center

St. Elizabeth’s Health Center (SEHC) is a faith-based community health center that supports the healthcare needs of the uninsured and underserved individuals and families in Southern Arizona. The Center is in Tucson, Arizona and was founded in 1961. Over the years the Center has transformed from a volunteer-run free clinic as a part of the Catholic diocese, to an independent organization. Based on its geographical location approximately 60% of the patients seen at SEHC are Spanish speaking (all staff are bilingual), and 50% of the patients pay on a sliding fee schedule.