POMONA VALLEY, Calif.
— — The closest hospital is the one you’re likely to see, the closest pharmacy is the pharmacy that you’ll probably see, and the nearest clinic is the closest clinic that you may see.
But if you’re looking for a local clinic, the one closest to where you live may be the one most likely to take care of you.
In the Bay Area, a large area is home to nearly 200 different local health care providers.
Some of those are large and some are smaller.
Some are owned and operated by larger companies, and some by smaller ones.
And in some cases, they’re owned by a single family.
For the most part, these providers are family owned, meaning they don’t have any direct ties to the health care system.
In fact, they may be owned by one or more family members.
The same is true in California’s Southern California.
In addition to the many smaller clinics, there are also many family owned facilities that provide health care to low-income families.
But, in a state that is still recovering from the financial devastation of the Great Recession, it’s a tough task to find health care options that are affordable and convenient for many families.
“It’s really hard to find that affordable option, and that can be very frustrating,” said Jennifer Miller, director of health care for the Center for Healthy Families, a Los Angeles-based nonprofit.
She pointed to the Affordable Care Act, which mandated health insurance coverage for the poor and the disabled, but the lack of coverage in rural areas made it difficult to find quality care.
And even if a provider does offer a service, the cost of a visit can vary wildly depending on where you are and what you can afford.
“We’re in a really hard financial position in Southern California, especially for families who have to choose between the quality of care they get and the affordability of their care,” Miller said.
In some cases where the cost is high, people will be willing to pay more for the services that are available.
But it’s not always the case, Miller said, and sometimes people will see little value in the services they get.
And even in cases where providers provide some quality care, there may be less to be gained than expected from the cost.
“If you are able to access the services, you are going to have better outcomes,” Miller explained.
“The reason for that is because it’s cheaper.
It’s easier to do the tests and treatments,” she added.”
That’s the most important part of it.
You can’t just go and get a test and say, ‘Oh, I’ll take that test.'”
For the Affordable Health Care Act and the health reform law that came after, the goal was to expand access to health care coverage, so that people could get the care they need.
But the results have been mixed.
For some people, coverage isn’t always as accessible as they might like.
In some cases it may not be available at all.
For those who are not eligible for the Affordable Housing Act, the financial pressure is high.
For low- and moderate-income people, it can be even more of a financial burden.
For families who can’t afford insurance or who have an older relative who can, they have to consider alternatives to health insurance, like home health care.
“I don’t know how many times I’ve had a conversation with someone who has a friend or family member who is really struggling,” said Melissa Anderson, a spokesperson for the California Association of Community Health Centers.
“They’re going to find another option, but it’s really not a cost-effective option.
So that’s where they find their health care.”
She said it’s important for providers to have people who are willing to go to the doctor when needed.
And to have someone who is knowledgeable about a particular procedure.
But for those who don’t want to pay for medical care out of pocket, the best way to get the best health care is to use the money they make from health insurance to pay their bills.
And there’s no better way to do that than by giving back.
The Center for Health & Human Services at the University of California-Davis is helping to fund the program, which will help those who can not afford health insurance or can’t find it through their employer.
“A lot of our clients who can find it can’t, and we’re trying to get them access to it,” said Dr. Michael McQuillan, president of the center.
He said his center has provided financial support to more than 30,000 low- to moderate-cost health care facilities since 2009.
“People don’t realize how much it costs to provide care,” he said.
“People have lost their homes and their homes are going bankrupt and they’re trying desperately to pay the bills.
And the problem is they can’t pay the $2,000 a month, and they’ve got to be