Profiles of Primary Care

More than 1,500 primary care practices participate in EvidenceNOW. They serve diverse communities in a variety of urban, rural, and suburban settings across America. Even though they're small clinics and face challenges such as limited staff and resources, they have big goals of providing the best possible care to all of their patients.

Get to know a few of our EvidenceNOW clinics.

The Joys and Challenges of Running a Small Practice in the Big Apple

'It's about the patients and making sure everything revolves around them.'  Vidya Valada, M.D.

"It's about the patients and making sure everything revolves around them."

Vidya Valada, M.D. (New York, NY)

A Unique Take on Patient-Centered Care in Rural Wisconsin

'Working together to keep community members healthy is how we do things out here…' Scenic Bluffs Community Health Care Centers.

"Working together to keep community members healthy is how we do things out here…"

Scenic Bluffs Community Health Care Centers (Cashton, WI)

 

A Family Passion for Primary Care

You just have to ask the right questions.'  C.P. and R.P. McManus, M.D.

"You just have to ask the right questions."

C.P. and R.P. McManus, M.D. (Arlington, VA)

 

A One-Stop Shop for Health Care in Suburban North Carolina

'We basically do everything here. It really sets us apart from other clinics.'  May Thao, Burke Primary Care

"We basically do everything here. It really sets us apart from other clinics."

Burke Primary Care (Morganton, NC)

 

An Urban Hub for Preventive Care

'We've learned that people will go where they are understood and feel cared for.'  Walker's Point Community Clinic

"We've learned that people will go where they are understood and feel cared for."

Walker's Point Community Clinic (Milwaukee, WI)

 

Going the Extra Mile to Provide Community-based Care

'We’re proud to serve a diverse patient population...'  St. Joseph’s Outreach Clinic

"We’re proud to serve a diverse patient population..."

St. Joseph’s Outreach Clinic (Richmond, VA)

Page last reviewed October 2017
Page originally created May 2017
Internet Citation: Profiles of Primary Care. Content last reviewed October 2017. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. http://www.ahrq.gov/evidencenow/stories/profiles-of-primary-care.html