Welcome to the Mount Vernon Neighborhood Health Center

The Mount Vernon Neighborhood Health Center (MVNHC) is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 Community Health Center Network accredited by the Joint Commission.  Since its humble beginnings in trailer units in 1973, MVNHC has grown into a comprehensive network of Federally Qualified Health Centers serving over 105,000 patients in our service area in southern Westchester County. Our modern, state-of-the-art facilities are staffed by a dynamic, multi-ethnic team of providers and support staff which represent and compliment the diversity of our patient population. 

The MTVNHC Network is comprised of three FQHC Health Centers in Westchester County, New York which includes: Mount Vernon Neighborhood Health Center in Mount Vernon,  Yonkers Community Health Center in Yonkers,  Greenburgh Health Center in Greenburgh/White Plains, our new obstetrical practice in White Plains, and a school-based health program in Mount Vernon. Additionally, in cooperation with the Westchester County Department of Health, we provide on-site health services at the Valhalla, and White Plains Homeless Shelters as part of the County's continuum of care to end homelessness.

In addition to primary health care services, MTVNHC also provides a broad array of specialty services, comprehensive behavioral health services, and a social service intervention programs that meet the changing needs of our patients.

We invite you to explore our Website and learn more about the affordable, quality medical services available at MTVNHC!

This health center is a Health Center Program grantee under 42 U.S.C. 254b, and a deemed Public Health Service employee under 42 U.S.C. 233(g)-(n).