Primary Care Progress

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About us

Primary Care Progress (PCP) was founded in 2010 to help revitalize primary care in the US so that patients can receive the care they want, need, and deserve. Doing this will require advancing innovations in primary care delivery, reinvigorating the primary care workforce pipeline, and advocating for financial and regulatory changes to support this critical field. To enable all of this, PCP has committed itself to developing a new generation of leaders, advocates, and innovators in primary care.

To build out this new generation of leaders, PCP has created a rapidly expanding network of over 50 inter-professional, student-led chapters around the nation who receive regular training and coaching in leadership, advocacy, and innovation. These chapters then apply those skills to advance campaigns at their academic institutions to promote primary care, spread innovations in care delivery, and advocate for educational reform.

Through a highly interconnected online network and regular in-person summits, PCP rapidly shares successful strategies and resources so participants have the opportunity to not only learn from national experts, but also to contribute to their colleagues' development. PCP is committed to continually regenerating individuals' engagement in the network, offering numerous roles primary care advocates and innovators can play in the network over the course of their training and careers. To learn more about PCP, please visit


Contact information

Date Founded: 2010

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Phone: 617-714-4260

1035 Cambridge Street, Suite 28A, Cambridge, MA, 02141, US

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