Michigan Primary Care Association (MPCA)—the membership association representing Health Center organizations and other community-based providers in Michigan—welcomes Wayne County Healthy Communities (WCHC) as its newest member.
Wayne County Healthy Communities is a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) that opened earlier this year in Hamtramck to serve Wayne County residents. The Health Center celebrated its grand opening on February 14.
Wayne County Healthy Communities’ services and programs include primary health care, pediatric medicine, adult medicine, prenatal care, pediatric dentistry, behavioral health, and WIC services. The Health Center is the only one in Hamtramck that serves residents regardless of their insurance or ability to pay. Wayne County Healthy Communities is open Monday through Friday and appointments can be made by calling 313.365.1362.
Today, MPCA is the voice for 35 Health Center organizations and other community-based providers in Michigan. These organizations provide comprehensive, affordable, accessible, quality primary and preventive health care for over 600,000 Michigan residents at more than 200 sites located in both rural and urban communities across the state each year.