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NJPCA is committed to its mission of planning, promoting and facilitating equal access to quality health care for individuals and their families.
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WHAT ARE COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTERS?

New Jersey's 20 Community Health Centers are also called Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs).  Either name works.  Each center has sites where they provide care in nearby neighborhoods and schools.  In total, there are 122 sites in communities where anyone can receive high quality primary and preventative healthcare services at a reasonable cost.

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WHAT IS NJPCA?

NJPCA stands for the New Jersey Primary Care Association (NJPCA). The NJPCA is the organization that represents the 20 Community Health Centers and 122 satellite community-based ambulatory healthcare facilities throughout the state of New Jersey. We work to ensure that everyone has access to affordable, high quality healthcare. We facilitate specialized training for Centers and we educate New Jerseyeans about healthcare policy on the national, state and local level.


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New Jersey Primary Care Association

3836 Quakerbridge Road, Suite 201, Hamilton, NJ 08619
Tel: 609-689-9930 | Fax: 609-689-9940 | Email: info@njpca.org

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