On March 23, 2021, The Children’s Clinic has been awarded 5 Star designation by the state of Oregon’s Patient Center Primary Care Home Program. This is the highest level that can be awarded to a clinic. This designation shows our commitment to our patients and families to offer high quality care. We provide patient-centered, comprehensive, team-based care focusing on quality care of our patients. We strive to encourage strong relationships between patients, families, staff, and providers to better care for patients and whole families.
Info from the PCPCH program:
A clinic can achieve five different tiers of recognition depending on various criteria they can demonstrate meeting, with Tier 5 (5 STAR) being the highest a clinic can achieve.
Access to care: Patients get the care they need, when they need it.
Accountability: Recognized clinics are responsible for making sure patients receive the best possible care.
Comprehensive: Clinics provide patients all the care, information and services they need.
Continuity: Clinics work with patients and their community to improve patient and population health over time.
Coordination and integration: Clinics help patients navigate the system to meet their needs in a safe and timely way.
Patient and family-centered: Clinics recognize that patients are the most important members of the health care team and that they are ultimately responsible for their overall health and wellness.