Need a Medical Home? WiseCare Primary Care Providers are Here for You

Why Do You Need a Medical Home?

Why do you need a Medical Home? First, let’s define what we mean by “medical home”.

At WiseCare it refers to our approach to providing comprehensive primary and urgent care services that facilitate partnerships between patients, clinicians, medical staff, and your family.

In essence, our entire medical care model is focused on providing and serving all your primary and urgent care health care needs.

Do you need a primary care provider (PCP), but can’t ever seem to find the time? WiseCare has PCP appointments every day, evening & weekend. We make it easy to schedule your PCP appointment and get to know your PCP provider.

A medical home is not a building or place; at WiseCare it extends beyond the walls of our clinical practice.

At WiseCare, we call ourselves a medical home because of how we build partnerships with clinical specialists, families, and community resources.  We emphasize partnerships between health care professionals and families.

WiseCare now offers all the services you need to serve as your medical home. We provide first health care contact for your family that is an accessible and accountable “go-to” health care solution in the primary care role.

So now you know how easy it is to see your primary care doctor at least once a year to ensure you take care of preventative checks — like blood pressure and cholesterol — as well as vaccinations — such as your flu shot.

Each time you visit with your WiseCare PCP it is an opportunity to forge a trusting patient-doctor relationship; one that allows you to be more open about health concerns, no matter how minor, to help identify underlying medical issues that might otherwise go unchecked for yet another year.

Call today to schedule your annual primary care appointment 410.255.7900. Our qualified, compassionate providers are here for you 365 days a year including nights and weekends. 

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