Centro San Vicente (CSV) family health centers are federally funded, nonprofit, community health clinics that provides a comprehensive range of health services to ensure quality, compassionate, accessible healthcare and peace of mind in an atmosphere of respect, dignity and cultural sensitivity. The health and well-being of patients and community alike are promoted through direct services, training, education, outreach and advocacy. We are completely committed to our patients' physical, emotional, and spiritual wellbeing and will not turn a patient away regardless of their income or ability to pay.
Centro San Vicente received three-year accreditation from the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) in 2010 and was most recently reaccredited in 2016.
Over 100 years ago, the Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul established El Paso's first hospital, Hotel Dieu. The Daughters founded the Southwest's first school of nursing. In 1988, after closing Hotel Dieu, the Daughters opened Centro San Vicente to provide accessible and affordable medical care and social services. Since then, CSV has kept pace with the community's growth by providing many quality of life services such as medical care, health education, social work, and counseling. The clinic added dental care as an additional service in 2004. On site x-ray, pharmacy and laboratory services are available. Centro San Vicente is affiliated with Ascension Health, the nation's largest Catholic and largest nonprofit health system. Centro San Vicente is a Federally Qualified Health Center through the Health Resources and Services Administration.