About the CQCH

The Center for Quality in Community Health (CQCH) was established in December 2012 when TPCA was awarded the Health Center Controlled Network Grant.

The Center for Quality in Community Health is a network of Community Health Centers and partners that supports a continually evolving health care system by sharing information and expertise to facilitate learning, support quality improvement and develop leadership. Through the use of timely, relevant data, the Center for Quality in Community Health promotes collaboration, sustainability, cost effectiveness and healthier communities in Tennessee.

Participating Tennessee health centers:

  • Chattanooga-Hamilton County Health Department - Homeless Health Care Center
  • Christ Community Health Services, Administration and Outreach
  • Citizens of Lake County for Health Care - Lake County Primary Care
  • Community Health of East Tennessee
  • Dayspring Family Health Center
  • Hardeman County Community Health Center - Bolivar Health Center
  • Hope Family Health Center
  • Lifespan Health
  • Matthew Walker Comprehensive Health Center
  • Memphis Health Center
  • Mercy Community Healthcare
  • Morgan County Health Council
  • Mountain People's Health Council
  • Neighborhood Health
  • Primary Care & Hope Clinic
  • Rural Health Services Consortium
  • Rural Medical Services
  • Southside Community Health Center
  • Stewart County Community Health Center
  • Three Rivers Community Health Group - Perry County Medical Center
  • Tri-State Community Health Center