Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH)
We’re a Medical Home… but What’s That?
At PriMed, we are your medical home base for coordinating all your healthcare needs. But “medical home” isn’t an actual building or facility.
Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) means providing you with access to coordinated health services, from a team of healthcare professionals who you know and trust. PriMed adopted the “Patient-Centered Medical Home” model of care, which uses technology like electronic medical records and a care-team approach to put you at the center of your own healthcare. Because your personal health information
stays with you, the PCMH concept streamlines care delivery and improves quality by ensuring that all of your primary and specialty caregivers are on the same page.
PriMed believes patients should be at the center of care. That means we’re not just focused on your current medical problems. Your doctor and the entire care team can take care of you when you are sick, and also when you are well.
PRIMED RECOGNIZED NATIONALLY FOR ITS PATIENT-CENTERED APPROACH
The National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) has recognized PriMed’s primary care offices as Patient Centered Medical Homes.
Through a rigorous NCQA review, PriMed was recognized for its patient-centered quality approach that focuses on coordinating patient care and building solidrela tionships between the patient and physician-led care teams.
There is great pride in this achievement as it supports PriMed’s mission of being a compassionate team that provides exceptional care by simply doing what’s right for patients.
The offices that have received PCMH are: Beavercreek Family Practice, Beavercreek Pediatrics, Centerville Family Practice, Centerville Pediatrics, Huber Heights Pediatrics, Englewood Pediatrics (formerly Northwest Dayton Pediatrics), Patterson Woods Family Practice, Springboro Pediatrics, Vandalia Family Practice, Woodbury Family Practice, Wright Dunbar Family Practice and Wright Dunbar Pediatrics.