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Georgia’s Community Health Centers

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Our Mission

The Georgia Primary Care Association (GPCA), formerly known as GAPHC, is a member service organization representing the Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC) in Georgia through the provision of training, technical assistance and the development and implementation of strategies to expand and strengthen the FQHC system. Additionally, GPCA is involved in the development and implementation of additional programs and services that will enhance the FQHC health care delivery system. GPCA provides direction and leadership for required community development activities that are related to both the development of new start FQHC organizations and operations of existing FQHC organizations.

 
GPCA COVID-19 RESOURCES
The Georgia Primary Care Association (GPCA) provides the latest news and guidance regarding the developing COVID-19 outbreak.
• COVID-19 Cases & Latest Updates
• Emergency Management
• Public, Community & Household Guidance
• Laboratory Testing
• Interactive Maps



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What is A Community Health Center

GAPHC provides direction and leadership for required community development activities that are related to both the development of new start FQHC organizations and operations of existing FQHC organizations.

34Health Centers
229Clinic Sites
Approximately 600,000Patients Served Yearly
123Counties

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