Westminster Annual Statistics

7,000+

People Served
with Clinic Services

1,000+

People Served Through
School & Community Outreach

MEDICAL VISIT STATS

DEMOGRAPHICS:

GENDER

60% Female
40% Male

ETHNICITY

70% Hispanic
22% Caucasian
2% Asian
1% African American
5% Other

AGE

90% (19 – 64 years)
8% (64+ years)
2% (0-18 years)

ECONOMIC LEVEL

99% of WFC patients qualify
as extremely low-income based on
the FPL(federal poverty level) guidelines.
1% are classified as low-income.

RESIDENCE

Thousand Oaks (50%) Simi Valley (20%)
Newbury Park (16%) Moorpark (7%)
Camarillo (3%) Westlake Village (2%),
Agoura Hills (1%) Oak Park (1%)

BREAKDOWN OF PATIENT SERVICES

3,500+

Physician Visits
Which Included Labs & Medications

300+

Mental Health Counseling Visits

500+

Immunizations
(Flu,T-DaP, Hep A & B for Adults & Children)

100+

Mental Health Training to be
Paraprofessionals in the Local Community

80+

Dentist

200+

Physical Therapist or Chiropractor

1,400+

Health Education Participants

1,000+

Community Outreach & Education

100+

Dietitian

60+

Podiatrist

300+

Exercise Classes

70+

Diabetic Clinic Participants

CHRONIC PATIENT OUTCOMES

42%

of diabetic patient’s
HGBA1C results showed
improvement.

40%

had improved results
of less than 7.0 HGBA1C.

64%

showed improved results
with blood pressures
in the normal range.

34%

of Hypertension
patients showed
improvement at the end
of the reporting period.

COMMUNITY OUTREACH & EDUCATION

3,000+

people served through our Mental Health / Violence Prevention Paraprofessional
Training Program & people served through E-HIP, our community screening
& education program for diabetes & high blood pressure in partnership with local businesses.

CASE MANAGEMENT

1,000+ different people served

100+

Eye Exams

75+

Mammograms

5,000+

Labs Provided

85+

Glasses

20+

Ultrasounds

6,000+

Prescriptions Filled

80+

Diabetic Retinopathy &
Glaucoma Screenings

100+

X-Rays

25,000+

Free Glucose Test Strips
& Lancets Distributed

2-YEAR HEALTH CARE TRAINING & EDUCATION PROGRAM
FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS

84 High School Student Interns

53

Girls

31

Boys

46

Are Bilingual, Low-Income
(37 girls & 9 boys )

100%

Grads Enrolled
in College

The students are from: Thousand Oaks High School, Westake High School,
Newbury Park High School, Agoura High School, Royal High School in Simi Valley, El Rio HS, Moorpark HS,
Camarillo HS, Viewpoint HS, La Reina HS, & Oaks Christian HS

40 new students started program in April, 2015. Of 34 high school graduates, 13 are first generation to go to college.

Westminster Community Care Center proudly serves the East Ventura County area, including Thousand Oaks, Newbury Park, Westlake Village, Oak Park, Moorpark, Simi Valley, Camarillo, and Fillmore.