Novant Health Presbyterian Internal Medicine is committed to providing quality care to each patient. We pride ourselves on the positive feedback of our patients, and on recognition we receive from across the medical field.
Every physician at Novant Health Presbyterian Internal Medicine is board certified in internal medicine. This certification comes from the American Board of Internal Medicine. Our physicians have spent years practicing and studying internal medicine, making them well-qualified to care for adult patients with a wide variety of ailments. To maintain board certification, internist doctors most continually practice internal medicine and complete trainings on the very latest medical techniques.
The National Committee for Quality Assurance, a national group devoted to improving the quality of healthcare across the United States, has recognized Presbyterian Internal Medicine for its care of patients with chronic conditions including diabetes and high cholesterol, and patients who have suffered from strokes. To gain NCQA recognitions, Presbyterian Internal Medicine had to demonstrate efforts to help patients control these conditions, and to help them work toward healthier or more active lives. These recognitions mean patients who have chronic health conditions or who have suffered strokes can trust Presbyterian Internal Medicine to deliver quality acute and ongoing care.
Patient-Centered Medical Home designation
Novant Health Presbyterian Internal Medicine has earned the designation of Level 3 Patient-Centered Medical Home. The PCMH program is administered by NCQA, and aims to encourage comprehensive medical care. To earn a Level 3 designation, our office had to demonstrate a commitment to coordinating patient care both inside and outside our office; accurately manage and maintain patient records; provide patient support resources; and measure and improve performance within our office.