Primary Care Association Partners

Primary care associations (PCAs) are non-profit organizations that support and strengthen health centers and advocate for expanded access for medically underserved populations. Some PCAs focus on a single state while others cover several states. Specifically, PCAs work to:

  • Expand primary care capacity though recruitment, training and technical assistance
  • Increase public awareness and improve the public perception of safety net providers
  • Promote strategic alliances and integrated systems that link safety net and other providers to address multiple patient needs

Today, 54 PCAs work throughout the United States and its territories. The staff of NWRPCA works with many PCAs on a variety of issues, but we count among our closest partners the PCAs in Alaska, Idaho, Oregon and Washington, as well as our partner PCA, Region VIII CHAMPS.

Alaska Primary Care Association (APCA)

Idaho Primary Care Association (IPCA)

Oregon Primary Care Association (OPCA)

Washington Association of Community & Migrant Health Centers (WACMHC)

Community Health Association of Mountain/Plains States (CHAMPS)

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