Internal Medicine PhysicianWhite House Clinics
Health Help, Inc. d/b/a White House Clinics seeks Internal Medicine Physician for employment in Richmond, Kentucky. Must be Board-certified in Internal Medicine. Must have or be able to obtain Kentucky medical license.
About Us: Highly skilled physicians, pharmacists, dentists, and mental health professionals deliver progressive, patient-centered healthcare with a personal team of White House health coaches, educators, nutritionists and wellness. Medical Primary Care Provider Your primary care provider will lead a team of highly skilled health coaches, educators, nurses and health professionals. This provider will know your history, medications and family situation and will make sure that you and your children are healthy and up to date on screenings or immunizations.
Dentistry Our dentists, hygienists, and assistants provide quality comprehensive care to protect patients against diseases of the mouth, gums, and teeth including: Exams & Cleanings, X-Rays Restorations (Fillings) Crowns Root Canal, Therapy Mental Health. White House Clinics offers Behavioral Health Services that are integrated into your primary care services. Behavioral Health providers in each of our clinics will work with your medical provider and other members of your care team to help you identify goals related to your physical and mental health and develop a plan to help you achieve those goals.
Clinical Social Workers can assist with: Trauma or abuse, Stress Depression & feelings of guilt/hopelessness, Alcohol and/or substance abuse, Anxiety or panic attacks, Difficulty concentrating or paying attention Anger issues, Smoking cessation, On-Site Pharmacy.
White House Clinics is a full service pharmacy that works to provide patients with the necessary medicines needed at the lowest possible cost. White House Clinics can also deliver your prescriptions right to your door in certain locations (call for more info). Non-Clinical Support 'Enabling Services' A critical part of the mission of the White House Clinics. Often, patients have social needs that must be met before the recommendations of a health care provider can be followed. These might include access to enough food for their family, transportation to a visit to a specialist and legal assistance with guardianship of a family member. White House Clinics has trained, on-site staff available to assist patients with accessing community resources that may help with these types of needs. Members of our team may also help patients by providing information about the management of chronic health conditions.