As revised by section 10501(f) of the Senate Manager’s Amendment, requires AHRQ to establish a Primary Care Extension Program to support primary care providers. Specifically, the program aims to educate providers about preventive medicine and health promotion, among other things, such that these evidence-based practices can be integrated into their respective practices as well as in the broader community (via “Health Extension Agents”). Provides for grants to be made available to states for the establishment of state or multi-state Primary Care Extension Program State Hubs (“Hubs”). As further revised by section 10501(f)(2) of the Senate Manager’s Amendment, contains requirements relative to the composition of such hubs. Authorizes to be appropriated (but does not delineate a separate Congressional appropriation) $120 million for each of FYs 2011 and 2012, and such sums as may be necessary for each of FYs 2013 and 2014.