Who We Are

The Tennessee Primary Care Association is a membership organization of more than 30 non-profit primary care clinic organizations operating nearly 200 clinic sites that provide high-quality, comprehensive care to individuals and families throughout the state. Our members served 437,532 Tennesseans in 2017.

Our Mission: The Tennessee Primary Care Association improves access to primary health care through leadership, advocacy and support as the voice of Community Health Centers.

REPORT: Value Impact of Tennessee's Federally Qualified Health Centers

Upcoming Observances

 National Donor Day (February 14)

Month-Long (February)
 American Heart Month

 Children's Dental Health Month


2018 TPCA Annual Report (January 2019)
Acute Flaccid Myelitis (ACM) Resources (October 2018)
TPCA Honors Community Health Leaders (October 2018)
TPCA Names New CEO (May 2018)
What Are Health Centers? Tennessee Fact Sheet (NACHC, January 2018)


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The Tennessee Primary Care Association is committed to ensuring that no person is excluded from participation in, or denied the benefits of its services. Title VI Nondiscrimination Statement