Rationale: The theme of health today has been the most worrying in the world and in Brazil. Its context and management have generated academic, political and administrative discussions around the world. The main problem about health services offered in small towns is related to a deficient view and poor management conditions of public administrators about the agents that could contribute to community health care.
Objective: This study was aimed at contributing to analyze the deficiencies and propose solutions for health services in the municipality, applying the theoretical model of the Supply Chain.
Method: In this study, a new model for supply chain management was developed and proposed, based on contributions from the literature, seeking to offer improvements for the management of the municipality's health system.
Result: This health supply chain model is much more complex, involves many community organizations, but is also better able to provide effective health services at low cost.
Contributions: presentation of a new model capable of generating insights for new research and for executive applications.