This article describes the association of COVID-19 on organizational attributes in primary care among 2 academic-practice partnership interprofessional collaborative practice (IPCP) clinics. Our team used a concurrent, triangulation repeated-measures study design to examine responses to the Survey of Organizational Attitudes of Primary Care (SOAP-C) instrument between January and December 2020. Analysis revealed statistically nonsignificant change over 12 months across all 4 subscales. Study results suggest that IPCP teams can function effectively through adversity. The IPCP model seemed to bolster resilience making it a viable model for ambulatory practices caring for vulnerable populations.