A Team Approach To Care Patient Centered Medical Home We are committed to providing a team-based approach to your overall healthcare. Many of our primary care offices focus on the “patient-centered medical home” approach to providing comprehensive healthcare. This means we’re bringing everything you love about St. Elizabeth Physicians under one roof. View a video which explains how “better care starts with you!” With our Patient-Centered Medical Home approach to care, you’ll be able to connect with your primary healthcare providers like never before. Care Management For more information, call: (859) 655-8813 We call this care model a “home” because it is a patient-centered approach to providing total health care which enables you, the patient, to join a team that focuses on your individualized health care needs. This team includes your healthcare providers and your family or friends all working together to improve or maintain your health. Our medical home program will further enrich your health care experience through technological advancements and better access to care. Our current Primary Care Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) offices: Alexandria Aurora Bellevue Burlington Butler Covington, Internal Medicine Covington, Primary Care Crestview Hills, Internal Medicine Crestview Hills, Internal Medicine and Pediatrics Crestview Hills, Pediatrics Crittenden Dry Ridge Edgewood, Primary Care Florence Ewing Florence Turfway Florence Pediatrics Ft. Mitchell Greendale Primary Care Hebron Conner Road Hebron Litton Lane Highland Heights Independence Newport/Ft. Thomas Southgate, Internal Medicine Taylor Mill Union, Mt. Zion Union US 42 Walton Williamstown Advance Care Planning–Your Choice. Your Voice. Advance Care Planning (ACP) is a process for setting goals and planning now for the healthcare you would want if you could no longer speak for yourself. Your care team is right here to help you and your family develop a care plan that meets your wishes and preferences. 97% of people say it’s important to put their wishes in writing. 37% have actually done it. (Source: Kaiser Family Foundation Serious Illness in Late Life Survey, 2017) 92% of people say that talking with their loved ones about end-of-life care is important. 32% have actually done so. (Source: The Conversation Project National Survey, 2018) Learn why ACP is so important Monitor your health information: Our secure, state-of-the-art medical records system allows simple communication with your other providers. You'll have online access to your medical records, appointments and more through a private, secure website called "MyChart". Providing you better access to care: Receive access to care outside of normal business hours. Your medical team will keep in touch with your specialists. We design personalized care plans to improve your lifestyle and provide treatment goals. Communication is key. Cultural and linguistic services are available. Build a connection with a provider who's there for you.