The Montana Primary Care Association
Incorporated in 1987, the Montana Primary Care Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving access to high-quality, community based, affordable primary health care in Montana. MPCA is the association of Montana’s Community Health Centers and Urban Indian Organizations.
MPCA works to support and increase Montanans’ access to excellent, patient-centered health care. The association provides training and technical assistance to health centers and works to improve access to health care for all – especially for underserved and vulnerable populations.
is to promote integrated primary healthcare to achieve health and well-being for Montana’s most vulnerable populations.
The MPCA promotes health equity for a thriving Montana by:
- Promoting proactive operational and clinical peer networks;
- Working toward expanded resources, partnerships, and supportive public policies;
- Fostering seamless community-centered accountable care through expanded horizontal relationships;
- Providing data that speaks to the value and effectiveness of Community Health Centers, Urban Indian Organizations; and
- Serving communities in need to identify solutions to health care issues.
Read more about Community Health Centers here.
Read more about Urban Indian Organizations here.