We are debuting the next short video of our series, “North Country HealthCare’s Caregivers.”
North Country HealthCare is a community health center. Community health centers keep communities healthy. We have many caregivers: doctors, nurses and helpers of all kinds. We have many assistance programs, too. From growing up strong, to self-empowerment and special screenings, we have many programs to help support you in a journey to a healthier you.
As a primary care provider, North Country HealthCare employs a team of highly-qualified caregivers whose priority it is to keep you healthy to do the things you love to do. Our primary care providers (doctors, nurse practitioners and physician’s assistants) collaborate with one another to offer the best care for their patients. At North Country HealthCare, we use a team-based approach, which means our providers also work closely with care managers, clinical pharmacists, behavioral health providers, dentists, and more team members, so that each person’s health is approached from a holistic perspective, taking into account the needs of the whole person. To find a provider that is the right fit for you, visit https://northcountryhealthcare.org/find-a-provider/
North Country HealthCare also offers a variety of community programs to encircle our patients with the support they need to live their healthiest lives.
Some of these programs include:
Browse the Services & Progams section of our website to see what community programs are right for you and your family.
The mission of North Country HealthCare is to provide affordable, accessible, quality primary care in an atmosphere of dignity and respect where the health and well-being of patients and community are promoted through direct services, education, outreach, and advocacy.
To learn more about North Country HealthCare, visit our About Page.
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