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NC Health Centers Host Policymakers for Tours

Wednesday, June 05, 2024

Health Center leaders and providers from across the state work to engage stakeholders and build relationships that support the health center’s growth and capacity to serve more patients. We appreciate the time that our North Carolina policymakers took this Spring to tour our health centers and talk with providers about ways to expand access to integrated care. Thanks to U.S. Sen. Ted Budd, U.S. Rep. Deborah Ross, NC DHHS Sec. Kody Kinsley, NC Sen. Steve Jarvis, NC Sen. Sydney Batch, NC Sen. Benton Sawrey, NC Sen. Dan Blue, NC Sen. Kevin Corbin (not pictured), NC Rep. Erin Paré, NC Rep. Larry Potts, and NC Rep. Tim Reeder for their visits and support.

Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) – aka Community Health Centers (CHCs) – are patient-governed nonprofits that provide patient-centered, integrated, comprehensive primary care for rural and underserved patients regardless of insurance status or ability to pay. In 2022, NC’s Community Health Centers served more than 752,000 patients in 85 counties.

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