Who We Are
The Bureau of Primary Health Care (BPHC) funds nearly 1,400 health centers. They provide affordable, accessible, and high-quality primary health care to underserved communities at nearly 15,000 sites.
- Are community-based and serve more than 30 million people.
- Provide access to medical, dental, behavioral, and other health
- Provide care for all, with special initiatives for people experiencing homelessness, agricultural workers, and residents of public housing.
Congratulations for making notable achievements in access, quality, health equity, health information technology, and COVID-19 public health emergency response!
View the 2022 UDS Trends Brief for a summary of key 2022 UDS data that highlight the delivery of high-quality and comprehensive care to more than 30 million people.
HRSA awarded $25 million to 77 HRSA-funded health centers to expand primary health care, including mental health services, in schools.
HRSA awarded $64 million to ensure underserved communities impacted by hurricanes Fiona and Ian in 2022 will have continuous access to primary care services during future emergencies.
Grants, loan guarantee, and service area needs
Resource clearinghouse, partnerships, and event calendar
Overview of Health Center Program-related initiatives including resources and tools.
We provide compliance resources and tools.
Program details, impact, and stories
Uniform Data System (UDS), research, and quality recognition