Louisiana Primary Care Association

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Louisiana Primary Care Association

LPCA supports and promotes Community Health Centers and the populations they serve. It is established in 1982 as a non-profit corporation, the Louisiana Primary Care Association, Inc. (LPCA) promotes accessible, affordable, quality primary health care for the uninsured and medically underserved populations in Louisiana. It is a membership organization of Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) and supporters committed to the goal of achieving health care access for all and elimination of health disparities. Whether establishing various support systems or maintaining and strengthening those already in place, LPCA continually espouses the importance of primary health care as the foundation to building and sustaining healthier communities. LPCA provides recruitment services for community health centers.  Clinical opportunities are often available in community health centers for primary care physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, dentists, psychiatrists, and licensed certified social workers. LPCA directs its efforts to assure that community health centers remain viable providers of primary health care throughout the state and resolute partners in comprehensive health care delivery systems. Collectively, LPCA's network of Community Health Centers seek to positively influence health care policy and serve as major safety net providers in the State's primary health care delivery system. LPCA accomplishes its goals by providing a myriad of support services. These services include: Managed Growth and Research Development (Community Development), Technical Assistance Training, Recruitment and Retention, Management Improvement, Data Information Gathering & Analysis. LPCA’s Emergency Preparedness initiative aims to act as a ‘one-stop’ for Louisiana’s FQHCs to obtain emergency management guidance, information on trainings, literature and resources to assist in the development and maintenance of an effective EP system for the centers, staff members, patients and the community. Emergency preparedness is more important than ever in Louisiana given the recent history of disasters and emergencies that have occurred in the state. 

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