Program Overview

Vision:  The CapitalCare Collaborative (CCC) is a membership of safety net providers working collaboratively to develop initiatives to improve the health of the region’s medically underserved.


Mission:  To increase access to appropriate levels of care for, and improve health outcomes of, the county’s indigent uninsured through collaboration and coordination.


Goals:  The CCC's goals are to:

  • Increase access to medical care for the uninsured

  • Improve quality of care

  • Assess and respond to community health needs

Strategic Commitments:

  1. Increase access to primary care for uninsured individuals

  2. Increase access to specialty care for uninsured individuals

  3. Reduce ED visits.

  4. Assist with receipt of disability and/or Medicaid benefits for eligible but uninsured.


The CCC, a program of the Wake County Medical Society, was formed in April 2006. This collaborative allows CCC members to provide medical care in a coordinated fashion for the low-income community while facilitating ongoing communication, coordination of services, assessment of community health needs, identification of priorities, and initiation of working partnerships among providers.


The CCC is funded by grants and charitable contributions.  For information about the CCC, or to contribute funds to support our successfull programs, please contact Tara Kinard at