Family Health Centers of San Diego

Established in 1970, Family Health Centers of San Diego (FHCSD) is one of the country’s largest Federally Qualified Health Centers, servicing 49 clinics throughout San Diego County. The mission of FHCSD is to increase access to quality healthcare to low-income and medically underserved populations. In October 2019, FHCSD launched the Laura Rodriguez Research Institute to ensure that health innovation engages and benefits the uninsured, low income, and medically underserved population.

Research Collaboration Guidelines

FHCSD has Research Collaboration Guidelines, a Research Interest Form, and a process for submitting research interest requests.

Please review the Research Guidelines located Here.

Please print and fill out the Research Interest form located Here and the Addendum located Here.

Return proposal request and supplemental information to the FHCSD Department of Population Health,

Meet our partners


Current Projects

FHCSD and SDSU HLINK Center are currently collaborating on the following research projects.

  • RP-Pain/GOALS Research Project. The goal of this research project is to develop an effective tele-rehabilitation approach to help with pain managementTo learn more about this collaboration, click HERE.

For more information

To learn more our about Partner Organization, click HERE.