Our Mission is to strengthen access to affordable community-based health care through advocacy, education and technical assistance.
Oklahoma Primary Care Association (OKPCA) is dedicated to providing assistance to members, partners and the public on community health centers and safety-net providers across the State. The association assists Oklahomans through various community outreach and advocacy activities. Additionally, OKPCA provides educational and technical assistance services to members and other health care providers across the State. The association focuses on developing communities and providing assistance to Boards that keep safety-net providers in the State. OKPCA provides support to communities for medical, dental and behavioral health recruitment and retention activities, along with continuing education and assistance on clinical quality and health information technology Standards. Get more information by downloading our brochure.
OKPCA is Oklahoma's federally designated association for community health centers and other community-based health care providers. Primary funding is from the Health Resources Services Administration's (HRSA) Bureau of Primary Health Care (BPHC), a program of the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS). Additional funding from sponsors, membership dues and paid services also supports association activities.
Route 66 Health Clinic is a medical clinic located in Afton, OK.