Pennsylvania Association of

Community Health Centers

Supporting Pennsylvania's health centers in increasing access to quality primary health care for all

Your Primary Care Media Center

Pennsylvania Association of Community Health Centers serves as the collective voice for Pennsylvania's Federally Qualified Health Centers (FHQCs), FQHC Look-Alikes (FQHCLAs), and non-profit Rural Health Clinics (RHCs).  Our members are unique nonprofit primary care facilities that provide a wide array of services to Pennsylvanians in underserved areas of the state. There are nearly 300 sites in 52 counties serving over 800,000 Pennsylvanians.  At these primary care facilities, patients will receive high quality care at a price they can afford with sliding fees based on income and family size.


Mark Your Calendar: June 26, PACHC/HFP Webinar on Data & QI

PACHC is hosting the Health Federation of Philadelphia's (HFP) team for a webinar, Defining, Getting, and Using the Data You Need to Improve Quality of Care, Tuesday, June 26 from 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm to look at the different kinds of data health centers need to achieve quality improvement and reporting goals.


HRSA Announces FY 2019 SAC Q&A and Funding Opportunity

HRSA has released the first FY 2019 SAC Notice of Funding Opportunity (SAC) and plans to release the remaining five SAC NOFOs over the next three months. 


Are Your Medical & Dental Assistants Credentialed?

Based on some recent HRSA operational site visits, there are health centers that are unaware that credentialing and privileging requirements extend to medical and dental assistants.


4-Part Population Health Webinar Series - 25 Attendee Cap

What is population health?  Why is it important to me as a clinical or public health provider?  How can I use individual level health data to improve population health? Join the Mid-Atlantic Regional Public Health Training Center for the interactive webinar series, "An Introduction to Population Health from Clinical and Public Health Perspectives", to explore the topic of population health and learn how to use data captured in electronic health records and other sources to improve the health of your service area.


One Grant Remains for Integrating Oral Health into Primary Health

One spot is still open for a Pennsylvania health center to participate in the $10,000 Qualis grant, A Patient-Centered Approach to Integrating Oral Health into Primary Health.