With a goal of building stronger relationships with members and regional consortia, CPCA will be facilitating member listening sessions over the next six months in an effort to collect member feedback on important issues.

  • CPCA Members only - all staff levels are welcome to attend. 
  • Limited seats available - online registration is required and will be honored on a first-come, first-serve basis.
  • If you are unable to attend your local listening session, you are welcome to register for one of the other scheduled sessions throughout the state.

Regions & Schedule


San Diego (Health Center Partners of Southern California) REGISTER

Tuesday, August 13th
11:00am - 12:30pm (lunch available)
Health Center Partners (Conference Room C)
3710 Ruffin Road, San Diego, CA

Statewide (pre- CPCA Annual Conference) REGISTER
Wednesday, October 16th
Time TBD
Sheraton San Diego Hotel & Marina
1380 Harbor Island Drive, San Diego, CA

Bay Area (Community Health Partnership) REGISTER
Wednesday, November 13th 
12:30 - 3:00pm (lunch available)
Community Health Partnership
1401 Parkmoor Avenue, Ste 230, San José, CA

Los Angeles (Community Clinic Association of Los Angeles County)
TBD
TBD
Location TBD

Central Valley (Central Valley Health Network) REGISTER
Wednesday, December 11th
11:00am - 12:30pm (lunch available)
Darin Camerena Health Center
344 E. Sixth Street, Madera, CA

Central Coast (Community Health Centers of the Central Coast)
Date TBD
Time TBD
Location TBD


Session Overview

These facilitated sessions will cover the following topics and questions*:

Access and Inclusion

  • How can CPCA better represent your health center and its needs?

  • How can CPCA better assist you as a member of the organization?

  • How can CPCA be more inclusive of members overall?

  • Does CPCA, its staff, and its Board seem appropriately accessible to you as a member?

  • How can CPCA improve on access and inclusion of its members?

Positioning

  • If CPCA is leading the health center movement in California, how would you say we are doing?

  • What can/should we be doing differently?

  • What do you feel are the top 3-5 issues impacting health centers today?

  • What would you like from your membership association(s) as it relates to these issues?

Communication

  • How do you generally get information from CPCA?

  • How can CPCA improve member communication?

Innovation
CPCA is always looking at ways to help members be innovative in the ever changing healthcare landscape:

  • How do you think we are doing in this area?

  • How can we improve?

  • What are innovative areas of work you would like to see CPCA focus on?

Relationship and Climate

  • How well do you feel CPCA and your regional consortia work together?

  • How do you feel the overall climate is here regionally among health centers? Statewide?

  • How can CPCA or your regional consortia help improve the current climate among members?


*These are preliminary questions; we will be working with consortia to add questions that impact regional work.