Who We Are
The Hawaii Primary Care Association (HPCA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to fostering primary health care—basic medical, dental and behavioral health, and health education services—for all Hawai‘i residents.
We are governed by a board of directors composed of representatives from each member community health center and the Native Hawaiian Health Care Systems. Our principal sources of funding for our operations are federal and state grants, private foundations, donations from the community, and modest membership dues.
Our organization represents health care providers who are focused on primary care for some of Hawai‘i’s most vulnerable populations, including low-income families, Native Hawaiians, immigrants, homeless individuals, and people without health insurance.
The principal members of HPCA are non-profit, multi-service Community Health Centers and Native Hawaiian Health Care Systems that are founded and governed by the communities they serve. These members are committed to delivering the best health care in Hawai‘i, and provide high-quality, affordable services for more than 137,000 patients each year.