Interprofessional care (IPCP) models are catching fire internationally. Similarly, the goal to provide robust interprofessional education (IPE) learning opportunities is being integrated in schools of health professions across the country. Leaders believe that the IPCPs are optimal models for clinical practice and health professions education, however, there are still relatively few successful models to emulate. The Vanderbilt School of Nursing opened a primary care site, The Clinic at Mercury Courts (CMC), designed to integrate the practices of advanced practice nurses, physicians, pharmacists and social workers into a collaborative practice workflow model to serve vulnerable populations while training a variety of professional learners. This workshop will guide participants through the experience of developing an interprofessional care process. More importantly, participants will also walk away with the information and confidence necessary to bring interprofessional practice and education to their own organizations.