We're igniting a movement in primary care

The work of primary care professionals is more important now than ever. With so many unknowns in healthcare, we know one thing won’t change — the impact of great health providers at the heart of care. But in an evolving system of delivery, practitioners at every career stage and in every discipline demand new skills that bridge clinical innovation and authentic connection. At Primary Care Progress, we're strengthening the community at the heart of care through leadership development and community building. This mission comes alive in our:



PCP's annual Gregg Stracks Leadership Summit is an invitation-only, two-day training bringing together faculty, student, and professional leaders from across PCP's national network. Frequently regarded by participants as the best leadership training program in healthcare, the Summit consists of hands-on, interactive sessions that teach early- and mid-career professionals how to thrive in a rapidly evolving healthcare environment by building leadership competencies critical for team building, advocacy, and change management.

See what's in store for the 2019 event and the sponsors supporting the next generation of providers.



Sponsorship Opportunities

Become a sponsor and support the next generation of healthcare providers! There are a variety of opportunities available, each offering a wide range of promotional opportunities. This is an opportunity to reach a critical group of primary care change makers from different professions and academic settings. Contact development@primarycareprogress.org to learn more.

About Gregg Stracks

The summit honors the late Gregg Stracks. A born teacher, visionary, and optimist, Gregg's commitment to cultivating leadership and building community was the foundation for PCP's leadership development efforts. Gregg was a gifted psychologist with the ability to see the best in others, working closely with them to draw out skills and strengths in interpersonal connection, effective communication, and problem solving.


In addition to co-founding PCP, he worked with the Clinton Foundation and the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation. His passion, humility, and humor touched the lives of all who had the privilege of knowing him.