Continued key quality measure progress by industry-leading practice
Chen Senior Medical Center today announced that its 12 South Florida medical practices have continued to reduce both hospital admissions and hospital emergency room visits.
Chen Medical Centers is expanding its innovative program to help thousands of South Florida seniors avoid the nation’s fourth-leading cause of death, adverse drug reactions. Sets goal for PCPs to provide 2,020 complimentary, no obligation medication reviews for at-risk seniors during next 180 days.
Longtime Coventry Healthcare Executive Tom Davis, and private equity health care enterprise executive Dennis Skrajewski, FACHE, will help ChenMed expand reach as JenCare Senior Medical Center Market Presidents for Atlanta and Louisville, respectively. “Quality healthcare must be delivered locally. So, to keep fueling the double-digit growth ChenMed annually has achieved since 2011, we are recruiting exceptional Market Presidents,” says Christopher Chen, MD, ChenMed Chief Executive Officer.
With seven grandchildren and five great-grandchildren, Barbara has a lot of reasons to stay healthy! And while she loves how convenient her care center is, her favorite part of being a member of our community is the relationship she has with our team. Her doctor is “like a son, taking care of his momma,” she says; and, along with the grace of God, the team at her center is the reason she gets up in the morning.
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For Gladys, her experience as a member has been shaped by the fact that she loves staying active and is willing to “try anything that will keep (her) healthy and keep (her) going!” She says that since she found JenCare, “I feel good every day!”
She also loves that she can have all of her medical needs taken care of at one time, in one place. Whether it is having an EKG or a foot exam, it all happens right there at the center, along with fun activities that keep her moving! Smiling brightly she says, “You need to go to JenCare!”