Los Medanos Community Healthcare District (LMCHD or the "District") is a California Political Subdivision that was established in 1946 in accordance with provisions of the Health and Safety Code of the State of California. It is governed by a Board of Directors who are elected from the community they serve which includes Pittsburg, Bay Point, and portions of Clyde, Clayton, and Antioch.
The primary source of funding is a share of the 1-percent property tax revenue. The District has the authority to collect taxes on property within its political subdivision. Taxes are received the County of Contra Costa, which has the responsibility for their collection and allocation.
In 2004, the District paid off the bonds that were issued used to construct the Los Medanos Community Hospital facility. As a result, title to the hospital facility was transferred to the District. LMCHD partners with the Contra Costa County Health Services Department (CCHS) by leasing the District's hospital for purposes of a providing a health clinic and other services.