Patient Centered Care

Patient Centered Care "Partnering with adults to optimize current and future health." Established in Wilmington October We are a Primary Care medical practice.
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We accept MOST private insurances (BCBSNC (include Blue Value), United Healthcare, Cigna, Aetna to name a few) we are in network with all Medicaid plans & Medicare and have very reasonable self pay prices.

04/24/2024

Mental Health Awareness Month has been observed in May in the United States since 1949. Mental health awareness is an effort to reduce the stigma around mental illness and mental health conditions by sharing. Because of misconceptions about mental health and mental fitness, people often suffer in silence and their conditions go untreated. Mental health includes our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. It affects how we think, feel, and act.
Tips for improving your mental wellbeing
(1) Try to relax and reduce stress.
(2) Find ways to learn and be creative.
(3) Spend time in nature.
(4) Connect with others.
(5) Look after your physical health.
(6) Try to improve your sleep.
If you need help, call your Provider. In life-threatening situations, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room. If you are suicidal or in emotional distress, consider using the 988 Su***de & Crisis Lifeline. Call or text 988 or chat online to connect with a trained crisis counselor.

Sometimes you can’t help but question in life why do we even bother… then a patient leaves a review and reminds us why!
04/11/2024

Sometimes you can’t help but question in life why do we even bother… then a patient leaves a review and reminds us why!

02/29/2024

Colore**al cancer is the SECOND DEADLIEST cancer in the United States. Yet it's one of the few cancers that's preventable thanks to screening.

Here are two reasons why getting checked matters:
(1) Screening can find the warning signs of colon and re**al cancer, allowing action to prevent the disease.
(2) Screening can find colore**al cancer early, when treatment is most effective.

If you are 45 years old or older - have you been screened?
Call your provider today to schedule a Cologuard or Colonoscopy.

01/13/2024

Cervical Health Awareness Month
More than 11,000 people in the United States are diagnosed with cervical cancer each year. The good news: vaccination (Gardasil) and regular screening can prevent the disease. The HPV test and the Pap test can help prevent cervical cancer or find it early.
The HPV test looks for the virus (human papillomavirus) that can cause cell changes on the cervix.
The Pap test (or Pap smear) looks for precancers, cell changes on the cervix that might become cervical cancer if they are not treated appropriately.
You should start getting Pap tests at age 21. I you are age 65 or older, you may not need to be screened anymore if— (1) you have had at least three Pap tests or two HPV tests in the past 10 years, and the test results were normal or negative, and (2) you have not had a cervical precancer in the past, or (3) you have had your cervix removed as part of a total hysterectomy for non-cancerous conditions, like fibroids.

12/29/2023

What is the origin of the New Year celebration?
New Year festival | Definition, History, Traditions, & Facts ...
The earliest known record of a New Year festival dates from about 2000 bc in Mesopotamia (now modern-day Iraq), the new year (Akitu) began with the new moon after the spring equinox (mid-March) and in Assyria with the new moon nearest the autumn equinox (mid-September). and failures.
In modern society, New Year's Day is when people remember their past years, achievements and failures. People often also look forward to the new year to come, setting resolutions to work towardPeople often also look forward to the new year to come, setting resolutions to work towards personal development. A new year is seen as the start of a new beginning.

Hope all had a happy holiday & have a safe new year! From the PCC staff 🎄
12/26/2023

Hope all had a happy holiday & have a safe new year! From the PCC staff 🎄

12/22/2023

The staff of Patient Centered Care want to take a moment to thank you for choosing our practice. Your trust in our care means a great deal, and we're appreciative. Wishing joy to your world and peace to your heart this Christmas and in the upcoming year. See you in 2024🎄

She was late send a picture put … yay to Juliana.
12/16/2023

She was late send a picture put … yay to Juliana.

Way to go Hannah!!!!
12/15/2023

Way to go Hannah!!!!

Way to go Taylor!!!!
12/15/2023

Way to go Taylor!!!!

UNCW CLASS OF 2023! RN’s
12/09/2023

UNCW CLASS OF 2023! RN’s

Little holiday fun at Airlie Lights with the staff.
12/09/2023

Little holiday fun at Airlie Lights with the staff.

Group shot!!
12/07/2023

Group shot!!

It’s like Christmas morning for Juliana it’s the first and last day of December she’s worked so the PCC Elf left all her...
12/07/2023

It’s like Christmas morning for Juliana it’s the first and last day of December she’s worked so the PCC Elf left all her gifts at once 🎄😍

12/07/2023

Did you know....
Hanukkah (also spelled Chanukah or Chanukkah) is a Jewish holiday that lasts for eight nights and usually occurs in December. It is also known as the Festival of Lights. Hanukkah celebrates a military victory of the Jews over foreign rulers.
- Hanukkah lasts for eight nights to commemorate how long the holy light burned. .
- A menorah is lit each night of the holiday.
- The word 'Hanukkah' means 'dedication'
- The dreidel is based on a German gambling game.
- Dreidel, latkes, menorahs are symbols of Hanukkah
Dreidel: It's a gambling game where, after you ante up, the letter that comes up when you spin the top tells you what to do: take the whole pot, take half the pot, do nothing, or ante up again.
Latkes: Are a type of potato pancake or fritter in Ashkenazi Jewish cuisine that is traditionally prepared to celebrate Hanukkah.
Menorah: The seven lamps represent the branches of human knowledge, symbolically guided by, the light of God represented by the central lamp. The menorah also symbolizes the creation in seven days, with the center light representing the Sabbath.

Hannah & Juliana’s last official day with PCC Taylor’s hanging out an extra week. Come December 15th they are college gr...
12/07/2023

Hannah & Juliana’s last official day with PCC Taylor’s hanging out an extra week. Come December 15th they are college graduates and ready to fly the coup as RN’s.

If you don’t know about the Foster Pantry look it up, they do amazing things for the kids and families in this community...
12/07/2023

If you don’t know about the Foster Pantry look it up, they do amazing things for the kids and families in this community! Love getting to do our part in bring joy to people’s holiday season! That’s what it’s about—- giving not receiving 🎄💚

It’s the season for Santa’s Elf to visit the staff 🎄
12/04/2023

It’s the season for Santa’s Elf to visit the staff 🎄

11/22/2023

Fun facts about Thanksgiving -
1. Female turkeys do NOT gobble. Only male turkeys do that Thanks for that one, NBC News.
2. Campbell’s Soup created the green bean casserole. According to their website, Campbell Soup Company employee, Dorcas Reilly was the one who created the fan favorite and did so using their mushroom soup in the Camden, New Jersey headquarters in 1955. “She was one of the first full-time members of Campbell’s Home Economics department—now known as the Campbell Test Kitchen.” Today, over $20 million worth of cream of mushroom soup is sold.
3. Thanksgiving was almost a fast, not a feast! Early settlers gave thanks by praying and abstaining from food. It was the Wampanoag Indians who helped turn the fast into the feast.
4. Turkey was not on the first Thanksgiving menu! Deer or venison, ducks, lobster and fish were.
5. Abraham Lincoln proclaimed Thanksgiving a national holiday on October 3, 1863
6. The first Turkey Trot dates back to the 1890s.
7. Cranberry sauce is canned upside down

It seems Thanksgiving is the most important of American holidays, more than even Christmas or the Fourth of July. Thanksgiving is a time when American families come together, express their gratitude for one another, and feel close to one another more than at any other time.

Thanksgiving blessings to all. We are thankful at Thanksgiving and everyday for the community support of Patient Centered Care!

The office will be closed the 22, 23 &24 for the Thanksgiving holiday! Remember you can reach the provider 24/7 via your...
11/20/2023

The office will be closed the 22, 23 &24 for the Thanksgiving holiday! Remember you can reach the provider 24/7 via your patient portal. Please call your pharmacy for any refill request. The phones will be rolled to the provider if true EMERGENCY call 911 otherwise please leave a message and all non urgent calls will be returned when we open on Monday and urgent calls will be returned same day within 2 hours. Please do not go to urgent care or hospital for non emergency issues. Have a happy holiday from PCC!

If you can; Do!
11/13/2023

If you can; Do!

Pay it forward if you see a vet!
11/11/2023

Pay it forward if you see a vet!

Office is closed today! Will reopen Monday 11/13th have a safe weekend.
11/10/2023

Office is closed today! Will reopen Monday 11/13th have a safe weekend.

Address

5917 Oleander Drive Suite 202
Wilmington, NC
28403

Opening Hours

Monday 7:30am - 4pm
Tuesday 7:30am - 4pm
Wednesday 7:30am - 4pm
Thursday 7:30am - 4pm
Friday 8am - 12:30am

Telephone

+19107996262

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