Award Winning HEALTHCARENATIONAL RECOGNITION FOR QUALITY CARE
The National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA), a private non-profit organization dedicated to improving healthcare quality, has recognized The Family Health Centers of Asheville, Arden and Hominy Valley for their achievements in meeting quality standards and excellence in patient care. The four areas of recognition are - Patient Centered Medical Home, Heart/Stroke Care, Diabetes Care and Physician Practice Connections. Read more...
The Family Health Centers Patient Satisfaction Survey Results
Please take a moment and review the results from our most recent Patient Satisfaction Survey.
Patient Centered Medical Home
Here at the Family Health Centers, we promote a patient and family-centered approach to all aspects of the care we give. As your "Medical Home", we focus on team-based, coordinated, quality care with respect and compassion. Patient, physician and staff relationships are built on trust and open communication to ensure decisions show consideration for the patient's wants, needs and preferences. Our team provides a comprehensive approach to health care including prevention, wellness, acute care and chronic care. As your Medical Home we are committed to care that is:
- Patient Centered
- Committed to quality and safety
News & Events:
The Family Health Centers welcomes new patients to our practice. There are several ways to meet a prospective provider, including our monthly, after-hours "Meet and Greet" sessions. We invite you to learn more about this new program.
April 16 is National Health Care Decisions day. Our patients are invited to a FREE Five Wishes Workshop on this date. At the workshop, we'll help current patients complete and notarize their Advanced Directives forms. The session is open from 6pm to 8pm at our Arden location. For more information
We are proud to congratulate Dr. Alan Baumgarten of The Family Health Centers for receiving the WNC Psychological Association’s 2014 William Bruce Award. Dr. Baumgarten was recognized for his contribution to “Integrated Care: Interfacing Medicine and Mental Health.”