Capital for Health Clinics

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LIIF offers flexible capital for health clinic facilities that serve low income people and communities. In addition to standalone facilities, LIIF seeks to support health clinics co-located with other critical services, such as affordable housing, charter schools, child care facilities and public transit, as a way to increase low income people’s access to much needed health care.

Health Clinic Products

Community Health Center Financing

Community health center operators can access affordable, flexible financing for the construction, renovation or expansion of their facilities through a national partnership between LIIF, The Reinvestment Fund (TRF), Primary Care Development Corporation, the Kresge Foundation, the Rockefeller Foundation and Goldman Sachs Urban Investment Group. The Collaborative for Healthy Communities (the Collaborative) will invest in the expansion and improvement of community health clinics that serve their neighborhood’s full spectrum of community health needs. 

Financing Highlights

  • Financing for real estate acquisition, construction, renovation and expansion; leasehold improvements; fundraising bridge loans
  • Competitive rates and responsive, flexible and streamlined lending processing
  • Technical assistance to support project development
  • Work with mission-aligned partners

Eligibility: Our financing is available to community health centers across the nation operating as Federally Qualified Health Centers and look-alikes, or to other healthcare programs on a case-by-case basis. Organizations can obtain financing for real estate acquisition, construction or rehabilitation, leasehold improvements and fundraising bridge loans.

Health Data: A customized PolicyMap, developed by our partner TRF, provides a way to examine health access data, demographic and income information, FQHC locations and more in a web-based mapping tool. Go to the Health PolicyMap

For more information contact: Kirsten Shaw, Vice President, Northeast and Mid-Atlantic Region,

Revolving Loan Fund

Through its Revolving Loan Fund, LIIF provides acquisition, construction and term financing to build or improve health clinic facilities. 

For more information, contact:
Kirsten Shaw, Vice President, Northeast and Mid-Atlantic Region,
LaToya Kyle, Market Director, Southeast Region,
Emma Chávez, Market Director, Western Region,

New Markets Tax Credits

LIIF uses its allocation of New Market Tax Credits (NMTCs) to support projects that bring economic development and essential services to low income neighborhoods. NMTCs have proven to be a useful tool in providing financing large-scale construction or rehabilitation projects.
More information about New Markets Tax Credits