Coordinated Health Care

Coordinated Health Care

What is Coordinated Health Care?

Coordinated Health Care is a team-based approach to providing patient-centered care. Coordinated Health Care team members include primary care providers, care coordinators, specialty physicians, other health care professionals and staff, community resources—and most importantly—you and your family. Coordinated Health Care provides high quality, well-coordinated care that fits your needs.

What are the Benefits of Coordinated Health Care?

  • Your primary care provider partners with you and your care team to manage and organize care to reduce stress for you and your family. You and your family are central members of the team.
  • Consistency and continuity of care as all parties discuss treatment options together.
  • A personalized care plan tailored to your unique needs.
  • Information is provided to you regarding your health concerns to address issues sooner, resulting in less ER visits and hospital stays.
  • Personal reminders are given for you to stay on track with your care plan.

You and your family may benefit from Coordinated Health Care if you have:

  • Unstable or newly diagnosed illnesses
  • Complex health conditions
  • Multiple medications
  • Special communication needs
  • Behavioral health concerns due to health conditions
Naomi Samuelson, RN, specializes in Coordinated Health Care at Murray County Medical Center
Naomi-Samuelson, RN, specializes in Coordinated Health Care at Murray County Medical Center
Close Menu