Founded in 2010, Primary Care Progress is a national organization committed to building stronger primary care teams. Working with current and future healthcare professionals from across disciplines and career stages – from students and faculty to providers and health systems leaders – we offer leadership development and support that emphasizes relational skills, individual resiliency, and advocacy. By providing the resources and community necessary to excel, we’re strengthening the teams at the heart of primary care, ultimately leading to sustainable models of care and better health for all.
PCP may be a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization, but we’re also mission-driven and values-led, meaning that if ever there was a moment to live out our values – to stand up against prejudice and bigotry and support healthcare for all – our moment is now.
As a mission-driven organization, we stand united with all victims of hate, violence, and neglect, and in solidarity with the men and women who have taken a stand and taken a knee in defense of social justice, fairness, truth, and kindness.
This weekend is Primary Care Progress’ 6th Annual Gregg Stracks Leadership Summit! Today on the blog, we’re featuring one of our major sponsors, OptumCare, and their contributions to our primary care community.
This weekend is Primary Care Progress’ 6th Annual Gregg Stracks Leadership Summit! Today on the blog, we’re featuring one of our major sponsors, the Harvard Medical School Center for Primary Care, and their contributions to our primary care community.
Last year, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine launched its Primary Care Leadership Track. Progress Notes sat down with student leader Jenny Wen and faculty advisor Colleen Christmas to ask them the purpose of the program and how they got it off the ground.