We Advocate for Our Communities
Michigan Primary Care Association is the voice of 40 community health centers and four Native American health service providers that provide primary and preventive health care to more than 715,000 patients in rural and urban communities across Michigan.
Virtual: MPCA Monthly Update
Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment for Health Care Providers Series
Rachel Krino, the marketing and outreach director for MPCA-member Bellaire and East Jordan Family Health Centers, has been named to the Record-Eagle newspaper’s list of “Influential Women of Northern Michigan.”
LANSING–The MPCA’s monthly newsletter for May has been distributed to subscriber inboxes.
We advocate to influence and advance health policy in Lansing and Washington, D.C.
We foster collaboration among health centers and with external partners.
We support health centers in the continuous pursuit of high-quality, patient-centered services.
2023 Integrated Health Conference: Value Based Care in Action
This conference is specifically designed to empower and enhance health center operations by focusing on critical aspects such as internal processes, integrated care support, team building, and the establishment of sustainable structures for integrated health teams.
MPCA Health Center Members
Making an Impact for Everyone
live in poverty
are agricultural farm workers
identify as racial or ethnic minority
MPCA Partner Organizations
Michigan Community Health Network (MCHN) is a limited liability company (LLC) comprised of 33 member organizations that was formed in 2015.
Michigan Quality Improvement Network (MQIN) is responsible for providing support to 40 of Michigan’s community health centers to provide the best care for their patients.
The constant evolution of the IT world presents the opportunity to provide care in new and innovative ways. How these solutions are implemented and managed affects both the patients and the practitioners.