The Household Medicine Center, situated in a 13,450-square-feet, one-story building on Church Street, is the clinical practice site for the residency program. The Middle was particularly created for teaching ambulatory care medicine, in addition to give a model office atmosphere for the residents. Us Medicine Center went through a significant renovation this year. The Middle is easily located next to The Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital and is inside the general vicinity of nearly all private physicians’ offices in Greensboro.
The Middle houses 18 exam rooms, 3 consult rooms, physician offices, laboratory, place of work, nurse clinic, faculty offices and rooms to see relatives counseling, OMT, educational conferences, precepting and video monitoring. Each patient care room includes a dedicated computer and enormous screen monitor. Resident and staff lounges and women’s and men’s locker rooms will also be located inside the facility.
The Household Medicine Center is staffed by experienced medical office personnel and residency program secretarial staff. On-site there exists a Psychiatrist, Pharmacist, Nutritionist, Health Coach along with a social worker. We be capable of perform ultrasounds, retinal photography, various skin surgeries, IUD and Nexplanon insertions, endometrial biopsies and joint injections. We conduct group visits for prenatal care.
The doctor faculty and residents provide take care of a wide mix-portion of the population of Greensboro and surrounding Guilford County. Our payer mix includes: 36 percent State medicaid programs, 17 percent Medicare, 27 percent Managed Care and 20 % self pay.
Nurses / Certified Medical Assistants
The Cone Health Family Medicine Center is staffed with rns and licensed medical assistants. Several experienced, dedicated professionals, they play a huge role both in patient care and resident education. The nurses are knowledgeable in patient care, such as the “basicsInch of ordering tests, therapies, consultations and equipment. They’re also aware of the several social service programs around locally and play an important role in triage and follow-up. Due to their years of service, our nurses can offer understanding of the personalities and histories in our patients for that residents who’re just understanding them.
The Household Medicine Center includes a laboratory having a highly complex CLIA certification and it is outfitted having a dual-mind teaching microscope. Our laboratory is staffed by Bonnie Jordan, MT, ASCP, that has over 30 experience in medical technology and it has been with this program for more than 25 years. Ms. Jordan teaches residents the fundamentals of ordering, coding and interpreting various diagnostic tests. Additionally, she schedules here we are at honing their microscopic skills. Ms. Jordan structures residents’ laboratory experience so they are ready to make use of a number of lab situations – from solo to multi-niche group practice.
Front Office Staff
Practicing in the current healthcare atmosphere is challenging, as you would expect. Furthermore our residents have to be competent clinically, however they require a good knowledge of the “business” of drugs. This is when the leading office employees are invaluable. These professionals keep your Family Medicine Center moving along easily, registering and looking at 80 to 100 patients and answering countless calls daily. Furthermore, employees are current around the latest rules and rules of documentation, coding and insurance policy, which makes them an essential resource of daily feedback towards the residents.