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What is a PCP Chapter?

PCP chapters:

  •    Bring together interdisciplinary members of a local primary care community
  •    Work together to promote the value of primary care and create opportunities for clinical innovation
  •    Take action on local campaigns to improve primary care training and delivery

Each chapter works closely with PCP Field staff to identify and plan goals and strategies specific to their local school. Examples include receiving academic credit for a Primary Care Innovation Collaborative (PCIC), working with a university hiring committee to make sure that two family medicine faculty positions are filled, and creating rotations in Patient-Centered Medical Homes.  Primary Care Progress chapters also receive a wide array of support, resources, and benefits from the national PCP team including strategic outreach assistance, advice on chapter development, community activity toolkits, seed funding, and leadership trainings.  Take a look at some of our chapters in action as they spread the word about the importance of their work in primary care revitalization.

 

Think you could be the leader of your school's PCP Chapter? Then start one today!

   
 
Primary Care Progress Chapter Network

Transforming primary care delivery needs to happen through local collaborations.  Primary Care Progress (PCP) facilitates these collaborations through a network of chapters.

View PCP Chapters in a larger map                                                                          Dark blue = PCP chapter, light blue = developing chapter


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  • Connect with a national network of trainees, clinicians, and patients.
  • Access the members-only updates; primary care policy, education, and delivery; and find mentors and mentees locally and nationwide.
  • Attend webinars or conferences.
  • Share your stories and successes through Primary Care Progress Notes blog.
  • Receive our monthly newsletter, PCP in Practice.
  • Receive the quarterly Primary Care Insight journal.