We help patients​

get medicines, specialty care, behavioral health, and other essential health services.​

We support providers​

with the infrastructure and technical assistance they need to provide exceptional care.

We build systems​

by leveraging and integrating the capabilities and expertise of partner organizations and funders to improve the health of our community.

Vision & Mission​

The Primary Care Coalition envisions a strong, vibrant community that supports all people in achieving healthy lives.​

​Our mission is to improve the health of vulnerable individuals and families by building partnerships and strengthening systems.

​Care for Kids

​​Provides affordable health care for nearly 6,000 ​children annually.

Community Engagement​

​We work with community partners and advocate for access to affordable, high quality health care and wrap-around services for people who face economic, linguistic, and other barriers to better health.

Montgomery Cares​

Meets the health care needs of 25,000+ people who cannot get affordable health insurance.​

Provider Relations​

The PCC builds relationships across provider boundaries and across systems of care.​

Nexus Montgomery​

PCC is working with 6 hospitals to help keep people healthy and out of hospital.​

Latest News

Statement of Leslie Graham on Supreme Court Decision Allowing Public Charge Rule to Take Effect

January 28, 2020

As an advocate for health-equity in a community where more than a third of residents are foreign-born the Primary Care Coalition (PCC) recognizes how decisions related to current and future immigration status are critical decisions for many households. Immigration status is a social determinant of health. Achieving an immigration status that brings residents closer to legal permanent residence or citizenship is often a gateway to greater socio-economic stability and long-term wellbeing. For those people affected, this ruling forces an impossible choice between accessing services and supports they may need today and the future stability that comes with permanent residence or citizenship.

The Primary Care Coalition is a 501©3 nonprofit organization. Donations to PCC are tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law.
​ A copy of our current financial statement is available by contacting the primary care coalition.