Asociación de Salud Primaria de Puerto Rico, Inc. (ASPPR)

The Puerto Rico Association of Primary Health Care Providers (ASPPR, Spanish acronym) is a non-profit organization funded by the US Health and Human Services Administration (HHS) to support the Primary Health Care Centers of Puerto Rico that are financed with funds from Section 330 of the Federal Public Health Law. Its mission is to promote quality standards through technical assistance and training for the Prevention and Primary Health 330 Network, to support access and excellence in the provision of health services in Puerto Rico.

The 330 Primary Health Centers offer services to the entire population with special attention to people who do not have health insurance or who have limited preventive and primary services and special populations: homeless, people living in public housing projects, and agricultural workers. These are composed by 22 organizations located in areas of high need of health services and are distributed in 85 primary care clinics across 67 municipalities of Puerto Rico.


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