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.
- 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
|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|