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HealthCare Partners Nevada Newsroom

HealthCare Partners Nevada Newsroom

HealthCare Partners Nevada welcomes opportunities to work with local and national media outlets to provide information that supports health discussions and public awareness. Interview requests can be directed to our media team.

Health Care Quarterly Interview with Dr. Judith Ford

Seniors are among the most vulnerable groups who fall susceptible to the flu, which is why the importance of vaccinations cannot be taken lightly. Last year, Southern Nevada Health District reported that nearly two out of every three confirmed cases of the flu were contracted by people over the age of 50. While getting a vaccination does not guarantee that a person will not contract the influenza virus, it does diminish the chances of getting it; and if a person who has been vaccinated does get the flu, the impact should not be as severe. In this article, HealthCare Partners Nevada provider, Dr. Judith Ford, advises that all adults should receive the influenza vaccination as soon as it is made available to increase their chances of staying healthy this flu season in addition to making sanitary habits a part of their daily routine.

Read full article here.

New Women’s Health Center Opens; Represents First of its Kind Center of Excellence in Western Region

NEWS ADVISORY

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact:
Christina Cober: 702-241-7132 / ccober@hcpnv.com

NEW WOMEN’S HEALTH CENTER OPENS; REPRESENTS FIRST OF ITS KIND CENTER OF EXCELLENCE IN WESTERN REGION

WHAT:
A ribbon-cutting, VIP tour, and demonstration of state-of-the-art technologies, will be held on Thursday, July 25, at 6 p.m., to mark the grand opening of a first-of-its-kind comprehensive care center that will serve the needs of both traditional and medically-vulnerable women throughout Southern Nevada.

NEWS MEDIA ARE INVITED.

The HealthCare Partners Nevada Women’s Health Center represents the culmination of a five-year vision to establish a comprehensive and centralized facility to provide care to women throughout their lives. Medical specialties housed at the new center include obstetrics, gynecology, perinatology (high-risk pregnancy), urogynecology, minimally-invasive gynecologic surgery (including robotics), as well as advanced fetal monitoring.

Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman will join HealthCare Partners Nevada leaders President Mark Price and Chief Clinical Officer Dr. Warren Volker, along with local dignitaries, in opening the new center.

“Not only is our Women’s Health Center an academic-based medical center that is training future OB/GYNs in collaboration with HCA Sunrise Hospital, but our resident program is helping us serve the needs of women in medically-underserved communities in Southern Nevada,” said Dr. Volker.

HealthCare Partners Nevada, an Intermountain Healthcare company, is a multi-specialty medical practice with 59 clinics throughout Southern Nevada.

WHEN:
Thursday, July 25, 2019 – 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.

WHERE:
2880 N. Tenaya Way – 3rd Floor

For more information on the Women’s Health Center or to schedule a media tour, please contact Communications Director Christina Cober at 702-241-7132 or at ccober@hcpnv.com

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Intermountain to acquire HealthCare Partners Nevada

Intermountain announced Wednesday, June 19, that it’s reached an agreement to acquire HealthCare Partners Nevada, headquartered in Las Vegas. The acquisition will take place by July 2019 and brings together two organizations focused on keeping people healthy and providing high-value care that’s accessible and affordable.

HealthCare Partners Aims to Redefine Senior Care with New Clinics

myGeneration clinics provide care focused on seniors and their unique health and well-being needs

LAS VEGAS – (August 20, 2018) – HealthCare Partners is bringing innovative, senior-focused primary care to Southern Nevada with the introduction of 23 unique clinics across Las Vegas, Pahrump and Mesquite.

The clinics, named myGeneration clinics, are staffed by physicians and care teams who have been specifically trained to understand and care for the unique health needs of people 65 and older on Medicare. Twenty of the 23 clinics are in operation now, with three additional myGeneration clinics expected to be introduced in October in time for the Medicare Annual Election Period, which runs from October 15 to December 7.

The number of seniors in Nevada is expected to grow over the next several years to account for nearly one-third of the state’s population by 2030 according to state demographer Jeff Hardcastle. HealthCare Partners currently serves more than 90,000 seniors in Southern Nevada.

“We have a long history of serving seniors in our community,” said Mark Price, market president at HealthCare Partners. “That history and depth of understanding seniors’ unique needs has allowed us to create the kind of experience we know seniors want from their healthcare provider – one where they are listened to and get the time they need with their doctor; where their care is coordinated among primary care and specialty care, and where there are resources available to help them achieve their health goals. The myGeneration clinics are a simpler, improved model for seniors, providers and our care teams.”

Among the variety of services offered at the myGeneration clinics, the primary services are annual wellness checks, identification and treatment of chronic conditions, diagnostic testing, laboratory services and immunizations. Additionally, patients have access to a health navigator, a member of the health care team, trained to help support and educate them as they navigate the complex health care system. Health navigators may remind patients of screenings and exams, thoroughly explain medical information, and serve as an advocate for patients when communicating with specialists, hospitals and Medicare plan representatives.

“Our local community is in need of compassionate and personalized medical care that meets the needs and priorities of health care for seniors,” said Ama Brobbey, MD, chief medical officer at HealthCare Partners. “As our state’s population ages, we continue to look for ways we can bring innovative services that address the health concerns and needs of this specific population.”

While the myGeneration clinics are part of the company’s ongoing commitment to helping seniors live healthier lives, the new clinic model also aids in physician retention, according to Brobbey.

“With this model, our care team has the time they need to answer all of the patient’s questions and help them make a comprehensive plan for their care,” said Brobbey. “We’ve recognized that our providers and care teams are happier because they can focus on knowing the patients and working closely with specific senior health insurance plans.”

To learn more and view the clinic locations visit: mygenerationclinic.com.

About HealthCare Partners Nevada

HealthCare Partners is a network of approximately 300 primary care providers and more than 1,500 specialists serving Southern Nevada. With 100 primary care locations throughout Las Vegas, North Las Vegas, Henderson, Pahrump, Boulder City and Mesquite, HealthCare Partners is committed to providing access to the high quality of care to all of its patients. HealthCare Partners provides patient-centered, comprehensive primary, specialty, urgent care and other services. Specialty services include cardiology, endocrinology, internal medicine, oncology, pediatrics and women’s health. HealthCare Partners uses a single, electronic health platform enabling real-time patient records to be accessed securely and instantly by providers across primary and urgent care.

Media Relations

Christina Cober - Communications Director

Part of being well is being heard.

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