Quality care helps our patients live healthier and fuller lives. Partnering with patients to help them achieve their health goals is central to our work. We are proud of the care we provide and the fact that this care enriches the lives of our patients and improves their well-being.
We now serve over 15,000 patients.
In April, we implemented our transportation service and have provided rides to over 700 patients free of charge.
This year, we launched a chronic care program focused patients who suffer from two or more chronic conditions.
Our health center is collaborating with community partners to help address issues such as food insecurity, social isolation, substance use disorders and more.
We have achieved consistent year-over-year improvement in quality metrics and have received a quality metric award of $115,000,000. These funds will be used to further our innovative health care strategies.
Our Mount Sterling and Owingsville primary care facilities received the patient-centered medical home recognition by the National Committee for Quality Assurance.
In August, we received a quality award of $155,524 for our improvements to clinical quality measures.
We will expand our school health program to Bourbon and Powell counties.
We will begin expansion efforts in Powell County to help address the lack of access to medical care in that community.
We will open a new, state-of-the-art facility in Nicholas County that will offer medical, dental, pharmaceutical and radiological services.
We will continue to partner with local health care organizations to provide health care education to the communities we serve.
We will launch new partnerships that will enhance our women’s care services.
We expect to provide over 100,000 visits in 2020.
We expect to serve 20,000 individual patients.