To promote and support patient-governed community health care organizations and the populations they serve.
Every North Carolina community will have access to a patient-centered, patient-governed, culturally competent health care home that integrates high quality medical, pharmacy, dental, vision, behavioral health, and enabling services without regard to a person’s ability to pay.
What is a Community Health Center?
The North Carolina Community Health Center Association (NCCHCA) serves as the collective voice for North Carolina’s 34 Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) and Look-alikes (LAs). Federally Qualified Health Centers (aka Community Health Centers) are geographically dispersed across 64 counties and operate nearly 180 clinical sites. In 2012, FQHCs served over 466,000 patients. FQHCs provide a patient-governed, patient-centered health care home that integrates high quality medical, dental, behavioral health, pharmacy, and enabling services without regard to a person’s ability to pay.
North Carolina Community Health Center Association
4917 Waters Edge Drive
Raleigh, NC 27606-2459
(919) 469-5701 Office
(919) 469-1263 Fax
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