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The year 2022 saw an all-time low uninsured rate in Washington. The rate declined from 5.3% in 2021 to 4.7% in 2022. According to the WA state office of Financial Management, it is estimated that 41,700 Pierce County Residents remain uninsured. 

Premium Assistance

Our Premium Assistance Program has significantly helped Pierce County residents save on their qualified health plan premiums. With a mission to bridge the gap for those who do not qualify for our Donated Care Program, but who are unable to afford their premiums, PCPA has enabled members to achieve an average savings of 78%. In 2022 alone, PCPA paid $440,000 in premiums on behalf of our members.

Donated Care

Through our Donated Care Program, over 650 healthcare providers generously agree to donate a set number of appointments each year to low-income, uninsured residents of Pierce County. This initiative has successfully reduced emergency room visits by 19.2% and boasts a no-show rate of just 0.5%.

Closing Statement 

We are steadfast in our commitment to our core values and our pursuit of a healthier, more equitable community. We invite you to join us as we continue with our mission to connect people to healthcare and transform lives.

If you’d like more information about our organization, please get in touch with us.

Annual reports

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