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PCAP will no longer accept New Members as of November 1, 2018

Pima Community Access Program, also known as “PCAP“, is a not-for-profit organization that provides access to professional health care at discounted prices that the uninsured can afford.

PCAP links low-income, uninsured residents of Pima County with an affordable, comprehensive and coordinated network of health care providers.

PCAP Offers:

  • Affordable co-payments only if services are used.
  • No monthly premiums.
  • Low membership fee of $40.00 every year.

PCAP is powerful partnerships at work to build a healthier community in Pima County.

Board of Directors

Contact Organization
Kenneth Briggs, Senior Director, Community Development United Way of Tucson and Southern AZ
Clinton Kuntz, CEO Marana Health Center (MHC)
Theresa Mouton, MBA Carondelet St. Mary’s Hospital
Francisco Garcia, MD, Assistant County Administrator for Health, CMO Pima County Health Department
Ed Sicurello, CEO, President (Exec. Comm.) Mariposa Community Health Center
Edilia Quiroz, Enrollment/Outreach Specialist United Community Health Center (UCHC)
Gail Winterkorn, Manager, Managed Care Northwest Medical Center
Silvia L. Parra, Senior Director of Operations and interim COO University of Arizona Health Plans
Jonathan Leonard, CEO Desert Senita Community Health Center
Maria Person, Director Revenue Cycle & HIM Tucson Medical Center (TMC)
Nancy Johnson, CEO (Exec. Comm.) El Rio Community Health Center
Daisy Lajoie, Case Management Manager, UnitedHealthcare Community Plan- LTC UnitedHealthcare Community Plan Inc.
Scott Cummings, Chief Administrator Officer Care1st Health Plan, Arizona
Steve Nash, Executive Director, Vice President (Exec. Comm.) Tucson Osteopathic Medical Foundation (TOMF)
Vicki McNally, Community Board Member, Secretary/Treasurer (Exec. Comm.) Community Board Member