The New Jersey Primary Care Association (NJPCA) is a not-for-profit organization that proudly represents 23 federally qualified health centers (FQHCs) and their 129 sites throughout New Jersey. New Jersey Federally qualified health centers work tirelessly to provide comprehensive and quality care to uninsured and medically underserved New Jerseyeans.


The term “Membership” refers to Health Center Members and Organizational Membership. Organizational membership will meet on a quarterly basis, may serve as members of committees, and have no vote or seat on the Board of Directors. Admittance of NJPCA organizational membership is not an endorsement.


Health Center Members includes community, migrant, homeless, school-based, public housing, FQHCs (Federally Qualified Health Centers) and Look-a-Likes, and other health center Associations which are governed by a representative consumer majority board and provide comprehensive, primary care services as defined by the Health Resources Services Administration/Bureau of Primary Health Care, hereafter known as HRSA/BPHC.


Organizational Members includes hospitals, HMOs/PPOs/POSs, healthcare trade organizations, pharmaceutical companies, Healthcare Systems, State and local public health departments, governmental agencies, human service providers, social agencies, businesses and Associations, and other health care-related organizations/Associations/agencies which have a strong interest in the delivery of comprehensive, primary care services as defined by the NJPCA Board of Directors.