Our History

Established in 1992, South Central Primary Care Center, Inc. (SCPCC) is a 501c3, non-profit network of twelve Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC) serving the communities of Irwin, Ben Hill, Coffee, Berrien, Lowndes, Cook and Atkinson counties.  SCPCC is governed by a Board of Directors made up of local community members whom are also active patients of the center.  SCPCC is a member of the Georgia Association for Primary Healthcare (GAPHC) and received the honor of

Community Health Center of the Year in 2010.

The Bureau of Primary Health Care has deemed the Health Center – South Center Primary Care Center, Inc. to be an employee of the Federal Government for the purpose of Section 224(h). Any individual working for SCPCC or contracted independently for primary care services is covered under the Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA) for medical and surgical related functions while acting within the scope of employment.

Our Mission

South Central Primary Care Center's mission is to develop and maintain a health care delivery system relevant to the needs of the people in the region, while providing health maintenance, disease prevention, and disease treatment. These services are delivered in a high-quality, caring, and efficient manner, regardless of ability to pay. 

Vision Statement

The vision of South Central Primary Care Center is to be the provider of choice for all individuals who seek our services by providing access to quality healthcare that is affordable, effective, and efficient. 

Our Current Values

  • Care and Respect For All

  • Collaboration and Teamwork

  • Continuous Improvement

  • Commitment to Quality

  • Commitment to Mission