WHO WE ARE
The Kentucky Primary Care Association was founded in 1976 as a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) corporation of community health centers, rural health clinics, licensed primary care centers and other organizations and individuals
concerned about access to health care services for the state’s under-served rural and urban populations.
KPCA is charged with promoting the mutual interests of our members, with a mission to promote access to comprehensive, community-oriented primary health care services for the underserved.
Association members are providers of primary care – first contact, broadly trained physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, behavioral health providers,dental providers and other professionals delivering whole-person health care.
We support the development of primary care services throughout the Commonwealth by working with federal, state and local legislators, regulatory agencies, health policy organizations, foundations, and payers to build a stronger primary care system in Kentucky.
KPCA was established to:
- Develop a unified coalition of primary care providers.
- Stimulate and support development of primary health care services.
- Serve the needs of our members.
- 2018 KPCA Spring Conference Slides - Day 1 & Day 2
- Primary Care is a Home Run for Both Sides of the Aisle
- HRSA OSV Preparation: General Survey Info and Finance Sections Webinar and HRSA OSV Preparation: Clinical & Governance/Admin Sections Webinar
- KPCA Integrated Behavioral Health Conference Slides
- Legislative Update 4-2-18
- Behavioral Health Virtual Job Fair on April 11th
- KPCA's 2018 Community Health Center Impact Report
- KPCA Announces Implementation and Launch of Voter Voice
- Improving Performance on High Priority Outcome Quality Measures through Collaboration with Kentucky Department for Public Health and Kentucky Primary Care Association
- Innovative Ways to Increase CRC Screening among the Underserved Webinar Slides
- March is National Colorectal Awareness Month - resources attached
- Gov. Matt Bevin Announces Approval of Kentucky HEALTH
- Three articles published in The Journal of Rural Health show the importance of integrating oral health and primary-care medicine
- Updated Immunization Requirements for School Ages