The North Carolina Community Health Center Association serves as the collective voice for North Carolina’s Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) and Look-alikes (LAs)—aka Community Health Centers (CHCs). Our members offer 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. In 2018, North Carolina’s 42 FQHCs & FQHC Look-alikes operating approximately 242 clinical sites served more than 560,000 people in North Carolina.
If you are a member of the news media and would like to learn more about the mission and work of North Carolina’s community health centers, or wish to interview a health center professional or patient, please contact:
Leslie Wolcott, Communications Coordinator
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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