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New Jersey Primary Care Association Inc

Rating: 1 stars   1 review 80

Address:

3836 Quakerbridge Road No 201 Hamilton NJ 08619 USA

Mission:

The mission of the new jersey primary care association is to plan, promote and facilitate equal access to quality health care for individuals and families through organized primary care centers and center networks that seek to maintain cost effective, affordable primary, dental and mental health services, as well as meet the linguistic and cultural needs of new jersey's diverse population.

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New jersey primary care association, inc. (njpca) is a not-for-profit corporation that represents the organizational providers and affiliates of community-based ambulatory healthcare, specifically focusing on fqhcs, in the state of new jersey. The association has as its primary goal the expansion and provision of quality, cost-effective and efficient primary healthcare and seeks new and expanded revenue sources for these services. The njpca now oversees 21 fqhcs in the state of new jersey. Njpca is managed/directed by a president and ceo with a staff of 13 individuals. Fqhcs operated 121 sites including school based sites and mobile sites in 21 counties, currently serve over 496,000 individuals.

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(609) 689-9930
www.njpca.org

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Rating: 1 stars  

Very inept CEO, poor management, and extremely limited competencies of staff. The NJPCA has a new CEO who is inexperienced, and lacks knowledge and skills in management of community health centers. The non profit has a very limited capable staff, run by a divisive CEO. The NJPCA has deteriorated in quality of work and there is no staff member left with any knowledge or experience of health care policy or the challenging demands of primary health care for the disadvantaged. All capable staff with experience have either been fired or have left.

 
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