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This health center is a Health Center Program grantee under 42 U.S.C. 254b, and a deemed Public Health Service employee under 42 U.S.C. 233(g)-(n).In addition, if the health center is asked who your insurance carrier is for purposes of filing medical malpractice claims, you should respond in writing whenever possible -- by stating that they and many/all of their providers are deemed federal employees, with resultant coverage under the Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA) for actions within the scope of deemed employment, pursuant to 42 U.S.C. 233(g)-(n). Accordingly, claims or notice of medical malpractice claims should be submitted by a claimant to the Office of General Counsel at the address below. Further, the health center should retain a copy of this correspondence in their office files, rather than in patient medical records.U.S. Department of Health and Human ServicesOffice of the General CounselGeneral Law Division330 Independence Ave., S.W.Room 4760 Mail Stop: Capitol PlaceWashington, DC 20201
Community Health Centers of Pinellas's mission is to provide quality healthcare services to all.
Community Health Centers of Pinellas continues its efforts to provide quality healthcare to all. The tables above highlight current data.
Diabetic Control: Patients whose HbA1c levels are less than or equal to 9 percentMeasure: Percentage of hypertensive patients with controlled blood pressurePercentage of 2 year old children immunized Percentage of Adult with BMI and Documented Counseling CHCP Goal: Percentage of Adults assessed for tobacco use and received advice CHCP Goal:Percentage of asthmatic patients ages 5-40 with preventative pharmacologic therapy
Goal: 78% of diabetic patients will have controlled diabetes.Goal: 75% of hypertensive patients will have a controlled blood pressure.Goal: 92% of 2 year children will be immunized.Goal: 95% will have a documented BMI and counseling.Goal: 99% will be assessed for tobacco use and received cessation adviceGoal: 85% of patients with persistent asthma were treated with a preventive medication.
(Change in measure to includethe addition of Hep. A and 2 flu shots)