UR Medicine Thompson Hospital’s Geneva Crossing Family Practice recently received Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) accreditation from the National Committee for Quality Assurance.
In a PCMH, a primary care provider leads a team that partners closely with a patient throughout life. Nurses, nutritionists, pharmacists, specialists and other professionals are involved when appropriate.
Located at 765 Geneva Crossing Way, Geneva Crossing Family Practice opened in early 2021 and is headed by Dr. Laurel Dallmeyer.
“We are so incredibly proud of the practice for advancing quality health care by achieving this distinction,” said UR Medicine Thompson Health Director of Practice Management Cathy Shannon. “Within a year of opening, the team at the practice completed the rigorous requirements despite the many challenges posed by the pandemic.”
Now, Shannon noted, all 13 of Thompson’s practices are accredited.
Dallmeyer is currently accepting new patients. For information about her practice, visit www.ThompsonHealth.com/Dallmeyer.
For more information on PCMH accreditation, visit www.ncqa.org.
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