Worker's Comp in Caswell County
CFMC opened Urgent Care in late August 2017. In the short time since its genesis, over 365 people have found access to quality care to address acute healthcare issues. For more than 80% of the visits provided by CFMC Urgent Care, patients wait less than 10 minutes between checking in and being seen by a member of the medical staff.
Caswell Family Medical Center offers a "Sliding Fee Scale" for those who qualify.
WHAT IS CFMC’S SLIDING FEE?
Our Sliding Fee is a program designed to help lower your costs for medical visits at CFMC. Patients that have insurance may apply for the Sliding Fee Discount to help lower costs for non-covered services.
CFMC establishes a referral agreement with Gunn Memorial Library
CFMC's Pediatrician, Dr. Margaret Martin, in conjunction with the Caswell County Partnership for Children (CCPC) has been involved in the "Reach Out & Read" program, which is a national literacy program whereby she demonstrates the process of how parents can interactively read to their children from age-appropriate books.
CFMC Commits to Chronic Disease Management
Caswell Family Medical Center (CFMC) has been committed to providing access to health care for over 38 years. CFMC has been recognized as a state and national leader in terms of helping patients manage the effects of Diabetes.
What is a PA?
Since 1967, PAs have been improving patient outcomes and moving healthcare forward. Always innovative. Always flexible. Always ready for what's next. While AAPA is celebrating 5 decades of PAs, Caswell Family Medical Center is proud to have one of the best PA's in the area, Jenny Baucom.
Diabetes workshop a success at CFMC
A six-week "Living Healthy with Diabetes" workshop conducted by the Piedmont Triad Regional Council Area Agency on Aging was held at Caswell Family Medical Center in Yanceyville, NC recently. Adrienne Calhoun, Assistant Director of Caswell's Area Agency on Aging headed up the workshop.
Naloxone or Narcan?
Naloxone (also known as Narcan™) quickly reverses the overdose caused by opioids. It is a medication specifically designed to bind together with opioid receptors in order to restore a normal respiratory rhythm to someone who has complications with breathing as a result of overdosing with prescription opioids or heroin. This antidote cannot get a person high. If a person takes or is given this medicine, it will not have an effect on him or her.
Moretz among 24 North Carolinians named Friday Fellows
September 26, 2017– The William C. Friday Fellowship for Human Relations, the flagship program of Wildacres Leadership Initiative has named Shannon H. Moretz of Caswell County to its 2017-2019 class.
The Importance of “Establishing” with a Primary Care Provider
Maybe you’re young, healthy and very, very busy. Maybe you’re not as young as you used to be and see specialists regularly for heart issues or women’s health. Do you really need a primary care provider? The short answer: “Yes, you do.”
Caswell Family Medical Center (CFMC) hosts their fourth annual Family Fun Day.
This event is always coordinated as part of what’s known as “National Health Center Week”, which is a time when organizations like CFMC join together in celebrating outstanding work: providing high quality, cost-effective, accessible care while serving as critical economic engines that help power local economies.