Just what you need, right where you need it.
What makes us different?
Here at Westchester Health Associates, we are committed to the highest standards of quality care. As such, we have been designated a Level 3 Patient Centered Medical Home by the National Committee for Quality Assurance Physician Practice Connections, the highest recognition for a medical group.
What this means to you, our patients, is that when you need us, we are here for you. When you want to speak directly with your doctor, you can. He or she may need to call you back, but they will personally connect with you to discuss your or your family’s care. Also, we welcome your questions, make sure you thoroughly understand your treatment options, and together, decide on the best course of action.
What you need to know, when you need it It’s very important to us that you have practical, up-to-date information on all aspects of your health. That’s why we’ve created a blog that will offer the latest advice and guidance on a variety of topics, including immunization information, seasonal alerts, disease prevention, nutrition guidelines, important research developments and more. To read our blogs, click here. We look forward to seeing you and your family soon.
To deliver compassionate, community-based medical care of the highest quality
Spring has sprung! Which unfortunately for many people, means that so has their allergies. Those with eye, nose and respiratory spring allergies usually find themselves pretty miserable from late March until late May—sometimes even earlier depending on warm weather trends. To help allergy sufferers get through the season, Stephanie Albin Leeds, MD, an Asthma and Immunology specialist with Westchester Health Pediatrics, has written a very informative blog on the best ways to manage spring allergies’ annoying symptoms.Read the full article HERE.
3/25/15: WHA CMO Nancy Beran, MD introduced President Obama at CMS/CMMI Healthcare Payment Learning In Action Network event at the White House.
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