Northwest Regional Primary Care Association (NWRPCA) is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 membership-driven organization that serves community and migrant health centers (C/MHCs) in Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington (federal Region X). Founded in 1983, NWRPCA offers a range of programs and services to support and strengthen C/MHCs in the Northwest. They work to ensure equal access, regardless of one's financial or insurance status, to primary and preventive health care for all residents living in the region. Learn more about NWRPCA's history.
NWRPCA provides support to Region X C/MHCs through six distinct programs:
Business Intelligence for Region X (BIX)
Community Health Improvement
Education & Training
In 2015, the community health center movement celebrated its 50th year. Learn more about C/MHCs and enjoy a series of videos featuring Dr. Jack Geiger
, one of the movement's founders.
Northwest Regional Primary Care Association is a member organization that strengthens community and migrant health centers in the Northwest by leveraging regional power and resources on their behalf.
With the support of NWRPCA, their community and migrant health centers will be exemplary professional homes for their staffs and will serve their communities well.
Community: They support the consumer-driven governance of the community and migrant health center.
Social Justice: They advocate for social justice, particularly for the right to wellness and health.
Respect: They demonstrate respect for each other and those they serve.
Trust: They build trust by acting with honesty and integrity.
Diversity: They celebrate diversity as the pathway to insightful work and enriched relationships.
Excellence: They constantly aspire to excellence through innovation and continuous improvement.