PCDC Advocates for Primary Care at NYC Council

Categories: Policy
TESTIMONY New York City Council Health Committee Budget and Oversight Hearing on Fiscal Year 2020 Preliminary Budget March 18, 2019 Thank you for the opportunity to share our recommendations with the committee today. Founded in 1993 by Mayor David Dinkins and a visionary group of health and civic leaders, the Primary Care Development Corporation (PCDC) …

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PCDC Director Patrick Kwan Appointed to New York State Tobacco Use Prevention and Control Advisory Board

Categories: PCDC News, Policy
Patrick Kwan, Senior Director of Advocacy and Communications for the Primary Care Development Corporation (PCDC), has been appointed by New York State Assembly Speaker Carl E. Heastie to the state’s Tobacco Use Prevention and Control Advisory Board. As a new board member and public officer, Kwan will help advise New York State Health Commissioner Dr. …

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Health ‘Supercenters’ in Rural California Financed by PCDC

Categories: Client Spotlight, Investment
A new $31.5 million project will create two new health care “supercenters” in rural California, following financing by the Primary Care Development Corporation (PCDC). The project enables Community Health Centers of the Central Coast, Inc. (CHC) to build new state-of-the-art facilities in Lompoc and Paso Robles, expanding critical and life-saving primary care to an underserved …

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PCDC Welcomes Spring 2019 Interns

Categories: PCDC News
At the start of the new year, PCDC welcomed three new interns for the spring semester. Coming from diverse backgrounds of varied skills and talents, they are excited to contribute to PCDC’s mission during their time here. Each of them has shared a bit about their particular position and their hopes for the upcoming semester. …

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In the Crescent City, a New CrescentCare Rises

Categories: Investment
CrescentCare has cause to celebrate this Mardi Gras. The New Orleans-based Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) recently opened doors to its new 65,000-square-foot facility, made possible through PCDC financing. The project vastly expands primary care, dentistry, pediatrics, and more in a community still rebuilding after Hurricane Katrina.   Joining Mayor LaToya Cantrell and 100 others …

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