What is Patient-Centered Community Care (PC3)?
Patient-Centered Community Care (PC3) is a program that contracts with vendors to develop a network of health care providers to deliver covered care to Veterans. The covered care includes:
- primary care
- inpatient specialty care
- outpatient specialty care
- mental health care
- limited emergency care
- limited newborn care for enrolled female Veterans following delivery
- skilled home health care
- home infusion therapy
Care is available through PC3 when local VA Medical Centers cannot readily provide the needed care to Veterans due to demand exceeding capacity, geographic inaccessibility or other limiting factors.
You can view the map of PC3 contractor coverage and the regional breakdown of PC3 contractor coverage by VISN (Veterans Integrated Service Networks) on the VA website:
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