Tag Archives: medical home port

Improving Diabetic Care and the Patient Experience with Shared Appointments

By Kara Jablonski, PharmD, BCPS, Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton Focusing on our patients as a whole person, as more than just the sum of their disease is what the patient-centered medical home, known throughout Navy Medicine as Medical Home Port, is all about. This model is also about forming relationships between patients and their care team and getting patients to …

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Men’s Health Week: Take Control of Your Health

By Capt. Joseph McQuade, director, public health and family medicine physician, Naval Hospital Jacksonville Men’s Health Week (June 10 – 14) is celebrated each year the week leading up to Father’s Day.   Whether you are a father or not, a visit with your health care provider is the best time and place to learn about your health risks and make …

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Navy Medical Home Port Streamlines Care

Story by Josiah Wilson, Defense Media Activity, Video by U.S. Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery As a Navy veteran, I can remember how frustrating the sick call process could be. I’d have to go to medical and either wait to see a physician or wait to make an appointment later in the day (you never knew which option it …

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Improving Continuity of Care at Naval Hospital Pensacola Family Medicine Residency Program

By Lt. Kevin M. Bernstein, MC, USN, Family Medicine Resident, Naval Hospital Pensacola Family Medicine Residency Program The ability to learn and practice within the Medical Home Port model of primary care delivery was a top priority for me when going through the residency selection process.  At Naval Hospital Pensacola, Med Home Port was quickly introduced providing dramatic changes to …

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Naval Medical Research Center News

By Naval Medical Research Center, Public Affairs Navy Medicine is proud to present the September 2012 issue of Naval Medical Research and Development News. It features various articles and photos highlighting the great work and research being done across Navy Medicine and around the world. Click here to view the newsletter online.

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