Statement on Hogan Veto of Paid Sick Days Legislation

The Primary Care Coalition is troubled by Governor Hogan’s decision to veto the Maryland Healthy Working Families Act, which passed in the House by an 88-51 margin and in the Senate by a margin of 29-18. The people of Maryland want paid sick days. We are counting on our representatives in Annapolis to deliver. We are joining with advocacy groups all across the state and calling on the Maryland Legislature to override this veto at the start of the 2018 Legislative session.

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Response to Investigators

What to Do If An Investigator Comes to Your Clinic provides guidance to clinic leaders about how to respond to investigators of all kinds including Immigration and Customs Enforcement investigators. Download the What to Do If An Investigator Comes to Your Clinic guide.

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Know Your Health Care Rights

The Know Your Health Care Rights guide outlines the basic rights individuals have to seek care and explains when and how immigration status is used when applying for health benefits. By providing this information we hope to encourage patients to continue attending their medical appointments, seek health services, and enroll into health benefits programs for which […]

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Louis Saffell Memorial Fund

Thank you for considering a contribution in memory of Louis Saffell. Louis’ life was not without struggles. Your donation will help people who face similar challenges to those Louis faced to navigate the health and social services system and find appropriate health care resources and support services. Contributions can be made by PayPal or by […]

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Saffell Fund – Thank You

Thank you for your contribution in memory of Louis Saffell. The health care and social service systems serving our community are complex and this can be a tremendous barrier to care for many people. Your contribution will help people who face challenges similar to Louis’ to navigate the system and get connected to the care […]

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Primary Care Coalition Receives $250,000 grant from Maryland Physicians Care

The Primary Care Coalition (PCC) has been awarded $250,000 by Maryland Physicians Care (MPC), a Medicaid managed care organization, to purchase immunizations for residents enrolled in Montgomery Cares, a public-private partnership that provides basic health care to low-income and uninsured adults in Montgomery County, Maryland.

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PCC Position Statement on Diversity and Inclusion

Consistent with and in furtherance of the mission and objectives of the Primary Care Coalition (PCC), we make this statement upholding PCC’s core values of diversity and inclusion.
The PCC envisions a community in which all residents have the opportunity to live healthy lives. The PCC upholds the principles of diversity, inclusion, and respect for people from all cultures and backgrounds and recognizes that these values are directly related to the health of every individual and the health of the community as a whole.

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PCC launches pilot program to provide behavioral health to children

In January, the Primary Care Coalition (PCC) launched the Caring for the Whole Child pilot program to provide uninsured children and teens enrolled in Care for Kids (CFK) with access to needed behavioral health services.

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