A Case Study of the Greater Midwest Association of Primary Care and the University of Kansas School of Medicine

A Case Study of the Greater Midwest Association of Primary Care and the University of Kansas School of Medicine


Publication Date: July 29, 2019


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Partnerships between health centers and colleges are one promising approach to addressing these workforce needs. This case study highlights a partnership between the Greater Midwest Association of Primary Health Care (GMAPHC), a regional collaboration of state Primary Care Associations, and an educational institution, the University of Kansas School of Medicine’s (KUMC) Department of Health Policy and Management. Through their joint efforts, new and aspiring leaders gain skills and knowledge in key areas of management competency and executive leadership. They build a lasting nationwide network of peers and are better prepared to meet their health centers’ current and future leadership challenges.

A Case Study of the Greater Midwest Association of Primary Care and the University of Kansas School of Medicine

Questions? Contact us at trainings@nachc.org.

This project was supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).

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