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Breast and Cervical Cancer Control Program

Become a Provider

There are several benefits to becoming a local NC BCCCP provider. As a provider you are able to provide breast and cervical cancer screening services and many diagnostic services at minimal or no cost to your low- and moderate- income female patients. As a BCCCP provider, the women you diagnose with breast and/or cervical cancer are also eligible to apply for Breast and Cervical Cancer Medicaid (BCCM). Once approved, BCCM provides coverage for all covered medical care as well as any cancer treatment the women needs through the entire course of their treatment.

Program Overview

The NC Breast and Cervical Cancer Control Program (NC BCCCP) is organized into eight functional areas known as program components. These represent the major activities of the program and are the basis for all program goals and objectives. These components are:

  • Program Management
  • Screening and Diagnostic Services (Screening, Tracking, Follow-up and Case Management)
  • Data Management
  • Quality Assurance/Quality Improvement
  • Evaluation
  • Partnerships
  • Professional Development
  • Recruitment (Public Education, Outreach, and In-reach)

As a BCCCP Provider, you may also be eligible to become a NC WISEWOMAN Provider. The Well-Integrated Screening and Evaluation for Women Across the Nation (WISEWOMAN) Project provides cardiovascular disease screening, intervention, counseling and referral services to BCCCP enrolled women.

The WISEWOMAN Project is organized into two major components which are:

  • Screening
  • Education  

To find out how to become a provider, contact the state NC BCCCP office at (919) 707-5300.