Last year, PCDC published dozens of news stories and hundreds of social media posts about our community investment, performance improvement, and advocacy work. Following are the most-read news items — with a perennial favorite taking the top spot:
Through $2.95 million in PCDC financing, the Henry J. Austin Health Center will increase trauma-informed care access for the most vulnerable residents in Trenton.
More than 300 health care leaders, providers, and advocates gathered in November to celebrate PCDC’s mission: health equity for all.
The Pennypack LIFE Center will serve over 480 low-income seniors, provide vast health care services per day, and create scores of new full-time jobs.
PCDC’s team-based care training can take an unexpected turn, as internal medicine residents discovered at BronxCare Health System.
New Yorkers’ health status is closely associated with access to primary care, according to PCDC findings published in June.
A new $18.2 million project will expand culturally competent and accessible health care for New York City’s LGBTQ community.
A community in northeast Pennsylvania hard-hit by the opioid crisis will soon see expanded primary care access and medical education, thanks to PCDC financing.
Can a 30-minute visit make a difference in integrated behavioral health and primary care? Without question, says PCDC’s Andrew Philip.
“We are fortunate to welcome visionary and strategic leaders, all deeply committed to primary care,” said CEO Louise Cohen.
The founder of the community health center concept reflects on his legacy.