APCA provides needed health services to community members through its faith-based and “pop-up” clinics. We provide culturally competent care to all regardless of their ability to pay.

APCA provides a range of services that improve access and health outcomes, including medical interpretation, enrollment assistance and education. Our Bridging Cultures Arizona program trains and deploys professional interpreters and trained cultural brokers in 30 languages.

Community Stories

Yen Nguyen
"Pearl"

Doug Hirano
"Art of Giving"

Ying Weerasa
"Because"

Elizabeth Billets
"Gratitude"

Liza Merrill
"Life's Little Challenges"

Germaine Quitugua
"My Friend Sheryl"

Dot Hernandez
"A Thriver's Tale"

Chiung Ko
"Then There's Me"
(English)

Anh Vuong
"Pain"

Su-Heng Lin
"Numbers"

Elaine San Nichols
"My Sister"

Chiung Ko
"Then There's Me"
(Mandarin)

Claudia Kaercher
"Caregiver"

Anita Rangaswami
"A Matter of Balance"

Trinh Vu
"Caregiver"

Manny Wong
"Second Chance"

A Taste of Asia Honorees

Lin Sue Cooney
2015 Lifetime Achievement

Macbeth Torno, BSN, RN
2015 Spirit of Service

Evelyn Casuga
2015 APCA Champion

St. Luke’s Health Initiative
2014 APCA Champion

Leezie Kim
2015 APCA Trailblazer

Anthony T. Yeung, M.D.
2014 Lifetime Achievement

Josefina “Jo” Barone
2014 Spirit of Service

Presentations

Unmasking Hidden Health Disparities Data Innovations for Improving Patient Outcomes
Interview with APCA Executive Director,
Lloyd Y. Asato