Who We Are
The Michigan Primary Care Association (MPCA) is the voice of 40 community health centers and four tribal or urban Indian health programs that provide health care through 370-plus locations for about one in every 15 Michigan residents.
We advocate to influence and advance health policy in Lansing and Washington, D.C., foster collaboration among health centers and with external partners, and support health centers in the continuous pursuit of high-quality, patient-centered services.
To ensure the delivery of excellent care that advances equitable health outcomes.
Everyone has a fair and just opportunity to attain their highest level of health.
Advocacy-We champion health and social policies that support health centers and the patients and communities they serve.
Collaboration-We bring together member organizations to encourage peer sharing and learning and support relationships between health centers and a diverse set of partners to further integration and common objectives.
Improvement-We support health centers in the continuous pursuit of high-quality, patient-centered services, the advancement of value-based care, and organizational excellence.
Equity-We endeavor to overcome economic, social, and other barriers to healthcare, reduce preventable health disparities, and contribute to solutions addressing systemic health inequities.