Who We Are
OPCA is a non-profit membership association, founded in 1984.
Our members are Oregon's 32 community health centers - aka Federally Qualified Health Centers, or FQHCs - and those who support them.
Health equity for all Oregonians.
Lead the transformation of primary care to achieve health equity for all.
|How do we help you keep your patients healthy?||We provide our members and partners with training and technical assistance. We share the latest ideas, expert advice and proven techniques for keeping patients healthy.|
|How do we promote public policies that help you thrive?||We're a powerful voice in Salem and Washington, D.C. for accessible, high-quality primary care for low-income and other vulnerable Oregonians.|
|What have we done for you lately?||Our latest progress report features highlights of our work from January - September 2013. Our strategic goals for 2013 focus on four areas for community health centers: quality, value, access and equity.|
For more information on OPCA's vision, mission, and values, contact:
Beth Quartarolo, OPCA