Our highly knowledgeable and compassionate primary care providers are dedicated to keeping you healthy, offering patient-centered comprehensive care as well as preventive screenings, so you can feel confident you and your loved ones are in good hands.
Saratoga Hospital Medical Group Primary Care offers our patients an outstanding team of board-certified physicians and advanced practice providers who are experienced in pediatrics and adult medicine. Providing personal, compassionate care, we work closely with the patient’s team of providers in all medical specialties, dedicated to assuring the best in coordinated, patient-centered services. It’s all part of our commitment to be your medical home.
Building a long-term, ongoing relationship with a primary care provider can be the most important way to help treat an ongoing condition or maintain optimal health. If you currently do not have a primary care provider, we would like to assist you in finding one through our Saratoga Hospital Medical Group Patient Concierge. We’ll help you find the physician that is right for you. Please contact us at 518-886-5900.
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Our providers recommend routine checkups, including annual wellness exams, to avoid an illness, disease or other health problems. To make the most of your next appointment, we suggest that you: discuss medical history with your direct family members (mother, father, maternal and paternal grandparents), create a list of past immunizations and when you received them, and write down any questions or concerns you may have for your provider.
Our team provides a number of health screenings to check for diseases and health conditions, prior to signs and symptoms appearing. These screenings help identify unrecognized health problems and allow us to set up follow-up care. We offer biometric (wellness), blood pressure, cancer, cholesterol, diabetes, quit smoking, and HPV and STD screenings, among others. Ask your primary care provider for more information.
Same day appointments are available for medical concerns such as fevers, flu, colds, coughs, migraines, urinary tract infections, sprains and strains, and more.
Vaccines protect you from most communicable diseases, keeping you and your family healthy. We provide flu, meningitis, travel vaccines and more.
A chronic illness is one that lasts longer than three months and may not have a cure. Primary Care plays a vital role in the management of chronic conditions. We work with you to help make managing your chronic illness easier, including allergies, arthritis, asthma, depression, diabetes, GERD, heart disease, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, obesity, osteoporosis and more.
Saratoga Hospital and many of its programs and services have received some of the highest available recognition for quality and care. Among our many awards and achievements, we are quite proud that all of our Saratoga Hospital Medical Group Primary Care practices, as well as our Saratoga Community Health Center, have earned National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) recognition, each certified as a Level 3 Patient-Centered Medical Home, the highest recognition level that can be earned. This designation affirms that our primary care practices put patients at the forefront of care, an approach that improves both the quality of care and the patient experience.
Let Us Be Your Medical Home
A medical home is more than a place. It’s an approach that puts your needs first, coordinates your care, and helps you stay as healthy as possible.
All of our Saratoga Hospital Medical Group Primary Care practices, as well as our Saratoga Community Health Center, have earned National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) recognition, each certified as a Level 3 Patient-Centered Medical Home. This designation affirms that our primary care practices put patients at the forefront of care, an approach that improves both the quality of care and the patient experience.
As your medical home, we deliver care that meets the five requirements established by the U.S. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. We provide care that is:
Patient-centered. We are your partners in care. We work with you to manage your health and make sure decisions about your care reflect your needs, wants, and preferences. We also provide education and support so you can be an active participant in your healthcare.
Comprehensive. We take a team-based approach so we can meet most of your healthcare needs throughout your lifetime. Our team members provide prevention and wellness services, acute and chronic care, rehabilitation, and behavioral health care.
Coordinated. We coordinate your care with providers and organizations across the healthcare system, from specialists to hospitals and rehabilitation centers to home healthcare and community support service providers. Together, we help you avoid duplicate tests. Even more important, we work together to make sure you receive the right care in the right place at the right time.
Accessible. We make it as easy as possible to get care and information when you need them. We deliver urgent care with shorter waiting times and we have extended hours for certain services. We also offer 24/7 email or telephone access.
High quality. Our providers and staff share an overriding commitment to quality and safety. We practice evidence-based medicine, care deeply about patient outcomes and satisfaction, and constantly seek new ways to enhance your patient experience.
A better model of care
Studies show that the patient-centered medical home improves patient care and satisfaction and reduces cost. This model of care brings together a team of health professionals, coordinated by your primary care physician. The team works collaboratively to provide high-quality integrated care, easy access, and good communications—all of which play an important role in keeping you healthy.
Join our Patient Advisory Council and help enhance quality
As part of our commitment to quality improvement, we continually assess our performance, identify areas for improvement, make changes—and assess again. Because we’re a patient-centered medical home, we involve patients in these quality monitoring and improvement efforts as members of our Patient Advisory Council. It literally gives patients a seat at the table and an opportunity to impact the planning, delivery, and evaluation of patient care.