The Office of Primary Care Access (OPCA) was established in July 2012
to support the Health Systems and Infrastructure Administration. HSIA
offices define and measure Maryland's health status, access, and quality
indicators for use in planning and determining public health policy.
OPCA improves access to quality health services in Maryland through a
number of policy levers.
The goal of Office of Primary Care Access (OPCA) is to improve access
to healthcare for all Maryland residents. OPCA is comprised of the
Office of Primary Care, Workforce Development Office, and the Office of
Rural Health. Activities undertaken in these offices fall into two
categories: strategic planning and program administration.
The work of the Office of Primary Care Access is organized into the following divisions:
Office of Primary Care
Office of Workforce Development
Office of Rural Health
201 W. Preston Street, Baltimore, MD 21201-2399
(410) 767-6500 or 1-877-463-3464