About Us

Caring Begins With Us

Coastal Family Health Center returned to normal business hours providing service to our patients Monday-Friday; 8 a.m.- 5 p.m.


Coastal Family Health Center strives to provide quality comprehensive patient-centered care to the community regardless of one’s economic status.


Coastal Family Health Center will have a significant impact on the health and well-being of the communities we serve. To this end, we will work with others to ensure a creative and cost-effective range of health/social services that are accessible to all.

Core Value

Dignity. Justice. Service. Excellence. Stewardship.

Coastal Family Health Center History

Coastal Family Health Center was founded on the principle that health care should be accessible to all residents of the Mississippi Gulf Coast, and that these health care services should be provided in an effective and efficient manner being responsive to the needs of the population. We have been a part of the Gulf Coast communities for more than 40 years serving the residents of Jackson, Harrison, Hancock, Greene, Wayne and George counties.


The Center was founded as a single outpatient site offering medical and dental services to residents of Biloxi.


Began offering after-hours coverage and inpatient care as well with the assignment of National Health Service Corps physicians.


Began offering Obstetrics and Gynecological services. Opened clinics in Saucier and North Gulfport.


Expanded to Jackson County by establishing a clinic in Vancleave.


Expanded to Hancock County by establishing a clinic in Bay St Louis.


Rebuilt after Katrina with more than 20 temporary locations and mobile units to serve our communities.


Ten health centers across Hancock, Harrison and Jackson Counties, along with 2 mobile units, 2 school clinics, and a new Pediatric Health Center in Biloxi.


Opened new pharmacy location in Biloxi.


Opened new pharmacy location in Gulfport.


Merged with Greene Area Medical Extenders, bringing the total number of service sites to 21.


Opened School-based health clinics at Kreole Primary and Escatawpa Upper Elementary.


Opened Lucedale Health Center.