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Pennsylvania Association of

Community Health Centers

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

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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 nearly 900,000 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.

PACHC News

Join Capital Link for 3 Free Health Center Webinars

HRSA Bureau of Primary Health Care National Cooperative Agreement organization Capital Link is offering several webinars of interest to health centers:

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National Health Center Week 2019 - Let the Planning Begin!

Mark your calendars for National Health Center Week 2019, August 4-10. This year's theme is "America's Health Centers: Rooted in Communities." If your health center is hosting an event during the week.

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Studer Group: You Asked, We Delivered

In follow up to presentations by Jackie Gaines of the Studer Group at the CEO and C-Suite Forum, many health centers expressed interest in engaging Studer for more intensive work at their organizations.

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When Emergencies Happen, Contact PACHC

Health centers and primary care associations (PCAs) like PACHC play a critical role in providing services and resources before, during and after emergency events.

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Please Complete Important National Health Center Survey

Health center CEOs recently received a survey on: (1) the impact on community health centers of recent or pending policy changes, including Medicaid work requirements and policies affecting immigrant families; 2) how health centers are responding to the opioid crisis; and 3) the financial and patient care-related challenges health centers face.

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