Presbyterian Medical Group provides an innovative approach to your Primary Care based on the Patient Centered Medical Home model.
Your medical home is more than a place. It is a care team is led by your Primary Care Provider (PCP), who is responsible for providing for all of your healthcare needs. Your PCP may be a physician, physician assistant, or nurse practitioner within our Internal Medicine, Family Medicine or Pediatrics specialties. Your care team may also include:
- Advanced Practice clinicians nurse practitioners and physician assistants who work closely with your PCP to meet your healthcare needs
- Behavioral health clinicians focus on the mental, emotional, and behavioral aspects of your health
- Case managers available for complex patients, they assist in coordinating your progress through the healthcare system
- Care managers are registered nurses who will provide support for health promotion and disease management
- Nurse and medical assistants support your PCP in providing you with healthcare
- Pharmacist clinicians provide care for chronic diseases such as diabetes, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, and congestive heart failure and can help you manage your medications
Your care team may suggest additional support or services within our clinics. Examples of the services that may be available to you include:
- Anticoagulation visits You may have routine visits with a pharmacist clinician or a registered nurse who assist in monitoring your anticoagulation therapy needs.
- Case manager visits If you have complicated medical conditions, you may benefit from these services.
- Care manager visits If you have chronic conditions such as diabetes and hypertension, you may need extra support to manage your conditions. A care manager will assist you in developing a care plan and provide support for self-management.
- Care team visits To ensure that your medical needs are met in a timely manner, a team of nurse practitioners, physician assistants, pharmacist clinicians, and behavioral health clinicians will be available to assist with your care.
- Nurse visits You may schedule a nurse visit for routine medication orders, immunizations, follow-up blood pressure checks, and other health needs.
- Telephone appointments Some medical issues can be handled over the telephone with your provider. The care team or scheduling department will assist you with making these appointments when appropriate.
Presbyterian Medical Group Primary Care is committed to comprehensive, quality healthcare for our patients.
Join us in your medical home for:
- Ongoing relationships with your healthcare team
- Primary care support for preventive and chronic care needs
- Evidence-Based Care treatments, follow-ups, and advice based on scientific research
- Shared decision-making and communication between you and your care team
- Health coaching to assist you in managing your own healthcare
- Coordination amongst your primary care physician, your specialists, and you