Wisconsin Primary Health Care Association (WPHCA)

The Wisconsin Primary Health Care Association is proud to represent Wisconsin's 19 Community Health Centers, 17 Federally Qualified Community Health Centers and 2 Look Alikes. Wisconsin Community Health Centers provide care to nearly 300,000 Wisconsin residents every year. Our comprehensive primary and preventative health care services include medical, dental, behavioral health, and substance use care.
Health Centers in Wisconsin and across the US represent a valuable source of comprehensive, quality health care catered to individuals who have been traditionally underserved by the health care industry.
WPHCA provides training and technical assistance to Community Health Centers in the areas of quality improvement, workforce development, and policy solutions to increase Community Health Centers’ ability to provide high-quality primary health care, including dental and behavioral health services, across the state. To accomplish shared goals, WPHCA facilitates Peer Learning Networks, serves as a liaison with state agency staff, and identifies subject matter experts to help Community Health Centers advance key initiatives.
You can learn more about what we do through our website: wphca.org
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The WPHCA Team



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