An Introduction

Thank you for checking out “FQHC Source.” Together we are building a place to share our knowledge of the FQHC program in a way that supports our “Continuous Compliance.”
Frequently, I will be sharing the latest bit of info I’ve heard in my circles along with my own thoughts on how to operationalize the Compliance Manual.  I will also be sharing some documents that I have developed that have made my work faster/better/easier and that I think you might also like. Most importantly though is your participation. Please ask me questions, ask others questions, just remember to keep it in relation to FQHCs. If we find we have a really hard questions, or we want a 12th opinion, I will reach out to my dear friends and powerhouses in the field and get their insight.

FQHC Source is hosted by the Tremaine Consulting Group. The Tremaine Consulting Group provides community-based management consulting services to community health centers, rural hospitals and public health departments. Focusing on the unique needs of each community, we offer a full range of needs assessments, project management, resource development and grant writing.
Eileen Tremaine, MPA, has over 25 years of progressive health care experience including Federally Qualified Health Center management, Corporate Compliance program development and management, HIPAA program management, multi-agency collaborative program development, and over $11 million in direct grant awards.
Eileen is a highly skilled FQHC consultant with almost 20 years of FQHC site management, compliance, and grant programs experience. In addition, Eileen currently serves as a contract grant manager for a northern California FQHC and oversees all aspects of the organization’s FQHC program; and is a contracted essential staff at a southern California FQHC.
Eileen received her Master’s Degree in Public Administration from Walden University in 2008 and a Bachelor of Arts from Seattle Pacific University in 1987.
Testing the Waters: Five California Clinics Explore Strategic Restructuring. February 2013.
Community Clinic Association of Los Angeles County, Coalition of Orange County Community Health Centers, and Council of Community Clinics. March 7, 2014.
National Cooperative of Health Networks. April 16-19, 2013.
National Association of County & City Health Officials. February 21-24, 2012.

CONTACT: Eileen Tremaine



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