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Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs)

The Office of Primary Care & Rural Health Development, Statewide Access to Care Planning division, provides support and technical assistance to FQHCs in order to aid in the enhancement of primary care services in underserved urban and rural communities. 

FQHCS are non-profit organizations or public entities that receive grants under Section 330 of the Public Health Service Act. They are a critical safety net for Oklahoma's uninsured population, as they provide comprehensive primary care regardless of a patient's ability to pay. 

FQHCs across the state differ in the primary health services they provide, and many extend beyond medical services to include oral health, behavioral health, substance abuse services, and non-clinical enabling services. 

FQHCs must be located in or serve a high-need community, specifically a federally designated, medically underserved area or population. (MUA/MUP). 

Click here to view a map of Oklahoma's Medically Underserved areas and populations.

Click here to view the FQHC list with satellite clinics.  This list is effective July 7, 2015.  

Click here to view the State of Oklahoma's FQHC's map.

Click here for additional maps of Oklahoma.

Click here to e-mail any questions or concerns to: FQHC@health.ok.gov

Oklahoma currently has 19 FQHCs that provide care at 70 delivery sites.

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