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- The North Carolina Community Health Center Association (NCCHCA) is committed to providing North Carolina’s Community Health Centers with the services, training and resources needed to excel in today’s rapidly evolving health care environment.
- Members of NCCHCA form a network of health providers that are dedicated to improving access to primary care services across North Carolina.
- Members work together to build a strong reputation for North Carolina’s federally qualified health centers and look-alikes.
- NCCHCA supports health centers with peer learning workgroups, a strong training program, solid health center expertise, state and federal policy monitoring, an immense library of clinical and operations resources, and data-informed technical assistance.
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If you are a staff or board member of a pre-existing health center member, sign up here:
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If you would like to be a sponsor or exhibitor, please sign up here:
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To become a friend member of NCCHCA for resources and more, please sign up here:
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The staff and board of NCCHCA members receive our weekly newsletter, reduced registration fees at our Annual Meeting & Conference, member’s only access to special online tools and resources, and access to the association’s many subject matter experts.
NCCHCA members work together to build a strong reputation for North Carolina's federally qualified health centers.
We support health center members with peer learning, strong training programs, health center expertise, clinical and operations resources, and much more. The staff of NCCHCA members receive our weekly newsletter, discounted rates to our Annual Meeting & Conference, member’s only access to online tools and resources, and access to our many subject matter experts.
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