The physician serves as a Primary Care Provider (PCP) at the Ukiah Community Based Outpatient Clinic located in Ukiah, CA.
The Ukiah CBOC operates under a Patient Aligned Care Team Model.
Together with his or her teamlet, comprised of a PCP, RN, LVN, and a Clerk, the PCP cares for a panel of approximately 1,000 patients.
The PCP provides primary care services in a team based setting, including chronic disease management and preventive health.
Common diagnoses encountered include diabetes, hypertension, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, degenerative arthritis, depression, congestive heart failure, and chronic pain.
The physician evaluates, diagnoses, treats, and provides consultation for non-surgical adult patients of all ages, without life-threatening complications and with a wide variety of diseases, injuries, and disorders.
He or she assesses, stabilizes, and determines disposition of patients with emergent conditions consistent with medical staff policy regarding emergency and consultative call services.
The physician may collaborate with /oversee mid-level providers such as nurse practitioners, and works collaboratively with other specialties (and subspecialties) in and outside of the VA system to manage or co-manage patients' health.
Select mental health and subspecialty services are available on-site.
Other mental health, medical and surgical subspecialties services are available through consult to the San Francisco VA Medical Center or to the community.
Monday through Friday:
00AM - 4:
30PM, excluding Federal Government holidays.
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