Acute Flaccid Myelitis (AFM) cases are increasing. The AFM cases have been reported in 22 states, including North Carolina (1 case). Reports as of October 24th, 2018 state that of these 62 cases, 58 (94%) are in children.
Yanceyville, NC, September 2018 – Caswell Family Medical Center has achieved the highest level recognition with Blue Cross Blue Shield’s (BCBS) Blue Quality Physician Program (BQPP).
The BQPP offered by BCBS is an incentive program for independent primary care centers like CFMC that provide high-quality, low-cost, and patient-centered care for Blue Cross Blue Shield of NC members.
The Health Resources and Services Administration has provided health centers across the U.S. with awards called “Quality Improvement Awards”, or “QIA”. Caswell Family Medical Center is a recent recipient of a QIA in the amount of $21,000. Health centers like CFMC are recognized for being one of the highest performing health centers nationwide as well as making a significant quality improvement gain from our previous year.
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.