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Tallahassee Primary Care Associates is your home for Patient-Centered Medicine.

TPCA has achieved Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) recognition from the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA). As a PCMH, our team ensures that you are at the front and center of your healthcare. It is our mission to go above and beyond to partner with our patients, their families, and other providers involved in their care to achieve optimal outcomes. Our primary care is you.

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Patient-Centered Medicine

What is a Patient-Centered Medical Home?

A medical practice model that:

  • Aims to provide comprehensive, evidence-based care for you and your family
  • Focuses on your preventive, acute, and chronic care needs
  • Takes a patient/provider team approach to healthcare
    • As a PCMH, we encourage a personal relationship with you and your Care Team. Your Care Team includes your physician or healthcare practitioner, nursing staff, financial services specialists and care coordinators.
  • Measures quality of care to maintain exceptional standards
  • Removes barriers to your healthcare needs by offering:
    • Same day appointments
    • Extended hours
  • Provides preventive care services such as:
    • Annual physicals
    • Up-to-date immunizations
    • Age and gender appropriate testing such as mammograms
  • Provides educational information through methods that may include:
    • Nurse care management
    • One-on-ones with health educators
    • Health seminars
    • Printed handouts
    • Online resources
  • Follows the American Academy of Pediatrics guidelines for preventive care screenings and well child visits

What is my role in this model of healthcare?

To optimize your level of care:

  • Provide your doctor with a complete history of:
    • Recent medical conditions
    • Care provided by other doctors including emergency or specialist visits
    • Newly prescribed over-the-counter treatments and medications
  • Follow your provider’s recommendations for:
    • Scheduling and keeping your appointments
    • Completing any ordered tests, consultations or treatments
  • Maintain a healthy weight and physical activity level
  • Refrain from smoking
  • For after-hours care in a non-life-threatening situation, contact your doctor’s office before proceeding to the ER