Atrium ObGyn staff includes five board-certified or board-eligible obstetrician/gynecologists, two Women’s Health Nurse Practitioners and a Family Nurse Practitioner. Our physicians perform surgery and deliveries at Rex Healthcare, a not-for-profit health care system providing the best medical care available for Wake County and The Triangle since 1894.
We provide both routine and specialized care to women. Our services include gynecology, obstetrics, basic infertility and primary care for many of our patients. We also provide saline-enhanced ultrasound for uterine fibroids, as well as in-office sterilization and endometrial ablation.
We provide individualized medical care to each patient, and we believe in treating each patient with gentleness, dignity and respect. We are accepting new patients, and we accept most insurance plans. We trust you’ll find our office to be friendly and helpful. We like what we do and hope that we can be of good service to you. We hope that you’ll call us!
The National Committee for Quality Assurance is a private, 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization dedicated to improving health care quality. Since its founding in 1990, NCQA has been a central figure in driving improvement throughout the health care system, helping to elevate the issue of health care quality to the top of the national agenda.
The NCQA seal is a widely recognized symbol of quality. Organizations incorporating the seal into advertising and marketing materials must first pass a rigorous, comprehensive review and must annually report on their performance. For consumers and employers, the seal is a reliable indicator that an organization is well-managed and delivers high quality care and service.
NCQA has helped to build consensus around important health care quality issues by working with large employers, policymakers, doctors, patients and health plans to decide what’s important, how to measure it, and how to promote improvement. That consensus is invaluable — transforming our health care system requires the collected will and resources of all these constituencies and more.
NCQA’s programs and services reflect a straightforward formula for improvement: Measure. Analyze. Improve. Repeat. NCQA makes this process possible in health care by developing quality standards and performance measures for a broad range of health care entities. These measures and standards are the tools that organizations and individuals can use to identify opportunities for improvement. The annual reporting of performance against such measures has become a focal point for the media, consumers, and health plans, which use these results to set their improvement agendas for the following year.
Physician Practice Connections Recognition Program (PPC)
Providing quality care to patients is a top priority for physicians, but practicing medicine in today’s environment is more challenging than ever. Physicians find themselves managing a full office schedule, responding to the increasing demands of insurers, and are often left with less time to spend with patients delivering the care they truly need and deserve.
Physician Practice Connections® (PPC®) recognizes practices that use systematic processes and information technology to enhance the quality of patient care. Meeting PPC® standards shows practices have established connections to information, patients and other providers that allow them to:
- Know and use patient histories
- Follow up with patients and other providers
- Manage patient populations and use evidence –based care
- Employ electronic tools to prevent medical errors.
There are nine PPC® standards and three levels of recognition. Practices seeking PPC® Recognition will complete a Web-based data collection tool and provide documentation that validates responses.
Five Star Award
If you've seen outstanding performance by one of our employees, please click here to recognize them for a Five Star Award! You can mail, fax or bring the form to our office. We welcome your comments!