Oak Street Health is now welcoming patients at the new West Fayetteville center at 906 Bingham Dr. in Fayetteville, North Carolina. This is the second center for Oak Street Health in Fayetteville and the eleventh in the state.
“We are thrilled to open our West Fayetteville center in North Carolina and begin delivering an unmatched patient experience and improving health outcomes for older adults in the community,” said Dr. Dillon Miller, Regional Medical Director at Oak Street Health, in a press release. “At Oak Street Health, we are committed to providing the highest quality care to meet the individual needs of our patients and we are excited to bring our innovative healthcare model to the area.”
Oak Street Health delivers personalized, preventive primary care through an integrated model that incorporates behavioral healthcare and social determinants support and is easily accessible through a mix of in-center, in-home and telehealth appointments, as well as a 24/7 patient support line. The Company has reduced patient hospital admissions by approximately 51 percent compared to Medicare benchmarks, and driven a 42 percent reduction in 30-day readmission rates and a 51 percent reduction in emergency department visits.
Oak Street Health accepts Medicare beneficiaries with Part B and Disability regardless of age and supplements, including most regional and national Medicare Advantage insurance plans and traditional Medicare. Interested patients can visit the West Fayetteville center website to learn more.
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