Plains Medical Center has been awarded $35,000 by Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) to assist in the adoption of a Patient-Centered …
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Plains Medical Center has been awarded $35,000 by Health
Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) to assist in the
adoption of a Patient-Centered Medical Home model.
"A Patient-Centered Medical Home is a model of care that
strengthens the clinician-patient relationship by replacing
episodic care with coordinated care and a long-term healing
relationship," according to Morgan Honea, CEO/President for Plains
Medical Center. "Each patient has a relationship with a primary
care clinician who leads a team that takes collective
responsibility for patient care. PMC is excited to be at the
forefront of the movement toward more personalized, coordinated,
effective and efficient care."
PMC is a Federally Qualified Healthcare Center providing
comprehensive primary medical, dental and mental health services
to more than 17,000 residents of Lincoln, Kit Carson, Elbert, Adams
and Arapahoe Counties. For more information call 719-775-2367
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