It is not enough to provide the excellent treatment that we offer. For us, quality care is more than treating illness or debilitating disease. When our patients come in with chronic conditions, such as diabetes or hypertension, our goal is to provide lasting health and contribute to the community’s overall health. We concentrate on finding hidden signs of serious illness, providing early screening for breast, colon, and lung cancer and including prevention measures, such as child immunizations. In today’s world of pandemic worries, CHI works hard to help patients prevent serious illnesses that may require hospitalization.
Community Health Initiatives has reached notable service milestones, with an annual 32% growth in patients and a significant development of clinical depth and service capacity. For example, among our patients last year (2019):
9 out of 10
- Expectant mothers began prenatal care early to ensure healthy births
7 out of 10
- Asthma sufferers were controlling their condition with carefully supervised medications
- Children received weight assessment and counseling
- Hypertension patients had their hypertension condition under control
Patient satisfaction surveys conducted over the years indicate that CHI patients are highly pleased with the quality of care provided. More than 96% of survey respondents expressed high satisfaction with the quality of medical care that they received.