Primary Care Medical Home

We function as your primary care medical home.

Woman doctor examining childChildren’s Community Pediatrics (CCP) is certified as a Primary Care Medical Home from The Joint Commission. This accreditation demonstrates our compliance with the highest national standards for safety and quality of care. We strive to continually improve the patient experience at each and every visit.

By functioning as your Primary Care Medical Home (PCMH), CCP puts your child at the center of health care decision-making. Your chosen pediatrician, along with the rest of our office staff, will work in partnership with your family to coordinate and personalize care. Your provider will also work with you and your child to establish a unique care management plan. What else does a PCMH offer your family?

Patient-centered Care

We will form a close relationship with you and your child. We respect personal needs and values – incorporating and understanding your specific language, religious and cultural preferences. Your health care team will also work with you and your child to set attainable goals that fit comfortably into your daily life.

Comprehensive Care

Our medical team will focus on more than your child’s physical health. We will also work to meet all mental and emotional needs, including preventative and well care.

Coordinated Care

Should your child ever need specialty services, or have a medical emergency, CCP will coordinate care between medical professionals.

Access to Care

With evening and weekend hours, Walk-in Service, Children’s Express Care and flexible scheduling, CCP is here when you need us most.

Quality, Safe Care

CCP consistently works to improve our care, asking for patient feedback and complying with national standards.

As a PCMH, there is a certain level of responsibility placed on our patients. We are committed to your care, and we need to know that you are committed to us. Ask your practice staff about your patient responsibilities.

As always, keep in mind that you have the right to change your child’s primary care clinician, seek a second opinion or visit with a specialist whenever you deem necessary.