What is a Patient Centered Medical Home?
A Patient Centered Medical Home is not a house, a building, or even a hospital; instead it is a care delivery system whereby comprehensive health care services are offered by a team of health care professionals that is patient-centric. A Patient Centered Medical Home is called a “home” because here at Florida Medical Clinic, we would like you to think of your Care Team for all of your health care needs. Our goal in the Patient Centered Medical Home is to provide a care model that is team-based led by your personal clinician who will provide continuous and coordinated care to maximize your health outcomes.
Who is on my Care Team?
Your primary care provider is generally the leader of your Care Team. Your team may also be comprised of specialized physicians, ARNPs, PAs, nurses, medical assistants, and other health care professionals. Your Care Team will work together to diagnosis, treat, and manage all of your health care needs.
What are the benefits of a Patient Centered Medical Home?
What are my responsibilities as a patient in a Patient Centered Medical Home?
How do I sign up?
Welcome to the Care Team! There is no paperwork or sign up process to be a part of our Patient Centered Medical Home. We already practice much of the care that’s a part of this new program, but we feel that doing even more under this new approach shows how important your health is to us. We invite you to be an active participant in your own care.