The National Nursing Centers Consortium (NNCC) is the leading advocate for nurse-managed health care. NNCC is a nonprofit corporation whose mission is to strengthen the capacity, growth and development of nurse-managed health centers, provide quality care to vulnerable populations and eliminate health disparities in underserved communities. Founded in 1996, NNCC joined Public Health Management Corporation in 2002.
NNCC advocates for accessible health care through nurses as primary providers of health care. Our nurse-run member health centers provide community-based care that is sensitive to patient needs and concerns. NNCC works to improve policies for nurse practitioners as primary care providers.
The NNCC helps member health centers meet the costs of providing care to the uninsured and underinsured by taking the lead in developing and running programs in partnership with its member centers that help people lead healthier and safer lives. These programs help avert future health problems and keep healthcare costs from rising.
For more information on the National Nursing Centers Consortium visit their website.
For more information on the National Nursing Centers Consortium please visit their website.