Who We Serve

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Our goal is to help our patients get healthy and stay healthy wherever they may be.


Home based primary care overcomes the challenges many people have with transportation, ambulation, and support to deliver care where our patients are more comfortable. And by going into the patient’s home, we can learn more about their needs and daily challenges to help further enhance their plan of care.

People With Special Needs

We bring medical care to individuals with cognitive and/or developmental disabilities whose caregivers may have difficulty with getting appointments scheduled or arranging care and transportation.

People With Complex Conditions

Some medical conditions are simply not conducive to going to a doctor’s office and sitting in a waiting room. By having a doctor or nurse practitioner come to the patient, we can reduce risk, improve care, and make life a little easier for those who have complex medical conditions.

People Going From A Care Facility To Home

Transitioning from a hospital or rehabilitation facility to home requires special attention to detail to avoid any gaps in care, minimize risk, and make certain the patient is setup to continue a speedy and successful recovery.

Our Transitional Care Planning Service enables us to partner with the patient, discharging facility, and care resources at home to ensure a smooth transition and positive recovery.

Individuals With Intellectual And/Or Development Disabilities

Trips to the doctor can be stressful for some individuals with I/DD as well as a burden for those who support them. Some find waiting in an unfamiliar environment to see a medical practitioner stressful, even for a routine check-up. If they live in a group home environment, the residential services provider may find staffing both a care team to take an individual to the doctor and staffing the group home facility to be a challenge at times.

Bringing quality medical care to the individual and/or the entire group home environment can make healthcare more accessible and more comfortable for the individual as well as easier to facilitate for the caregiver(s).