Services Each site’s services are unique to the site and driven by community need but all major sites include Primary Care as defined by a FQHC Adult Care - Pediatric Care - Behavioral Health- Dental Health-WIC- School Based Health-Adult Day Care- Drug Court Behavioral Health-Family Planning Services Public Health-Podiatry-Cardiology-Nephrology
Visit Counts from 2009-2012 2009 50,463 total 16,938 Patients 2010 60,812 total 19,151 Patients 2011 106,859 total 37,667 Patients 2009 50,463 total 16,938 Patients 2010 60,812 total 19,151 Patients 2011 106,859 total 37,667 Patients
The first site in Luling with Public Health at the focus. Later added Norco and Kenner and the Day Care Center. School Based Health Center at Albert Cammon School, new Grant to develop another at Paradis. 29 th Judicial Drug Court Services.
Summer 2009, opens, 1 Pediatrician, WIC Unit, 3600 sq ft Summer 2011, move, 1Pediatrician, 1 Nurse Practitioner, WIC Unit,.2 Psychiatrist, 1 Counselor, Public Health Site (Family Planning, Immunization) 8000 sq ft Summer 2012, 1 Pediatrician, 1 Nurse Practitioner, 1.5 Family Medicine MD, WIC Unit,.25 Psychiatrist, 2 Counselors, Public Health Site, 1 Counselor for City of Slidell Drug Court Services, 8000 sq ft 2013, Covington Site Change in Scope filed-to open April-May. Unique Patients Served in Primary Care 2009 - 1,561 2010- 2,081 2011- 2,927 2012- 4,259
2010 Acquire the Site from FMOL and operate as is- 4 Physicians, 3 Nurse Practitioners, Lab and Radiology Services 2012 Cross over the Center to an FQHC, staff still the same, some services dropped due to new Hospital opening, GNOCHC program accepted, still in trailers. 2013 Jan-Feb preparations to move into new location in MOB of Hospital. Plan for 2 Physicians, 3 Nurse Practitioners, Behavioral Health Providers, WIC and St Bernard Parish Sanitarians at site. Unique Patients Served at Site 2011- 12,847 in Primary Care, 1,183/ GNOCHC 2012- 12,204 in Primary Care, 1,891/ GNOCHC
2012 1 st FQHC Opens in Plaquemines Parish at Belle Chasse. Currently housed in space formerly occupied by Coroner of the Parish who now works as a Family Practice Physician for the CHC. A Pediatrician is also practicing at the site. Collaboration efforts are underway to solidify the clinic as well as grow its services into the near future.
Lessons Learned Strategy Plan-Plan-Plan! Pick your Partners Carefully. Expansion Must Be Sustainable. Must be integrated well with the Community. Vision “Access” is more then our name, it’s our Mission. All efforts result in a positive change in the Health Status of the Community.
Closer Look All efforts result in a positive change in the Health Status of the Community. Healthier Individuals Access to Care Quality Delivery of Care Health Education