Radnor Family Practice has been awarded recognition by the National Committee for Quality Assurance Patient-Centered Medical Home Program.

The NCQA Patient-Centered Medical Home standards emphasize the use of systematic, patient-centered, coordinated care that supports access, communication and patient involvement.  It was developed to assess whether clinician practices are functioning as medical homes and recognize them for these efforts.  “NCQA Patient-Centered Medical Home Recognition raises the bar in defining high quality care by emphasizing access, health information technology and coordinated care focused on patients,€ said NCQA President Margaret E. O€™Kane. €œRecognition shows that Radnor Family Practice has the tools, systems and resources to provide its patients with the right care, at the right time.”

Welcome to Your Medical Home


Patient centered medical home is a way of saying that you are the focus of your health care.  In a medical home, you and your team will work together.  Your team is made up of your primary care physician and his/her medical assistant.  As an active member of this team, you will have every chance to discuss the things that are most important to you.

 Patient Responsibilities

  Be active in your health care.

  • You are expected to choose a primary clinician to be the head of your care team.
  • Talk to your team about your health questions.
  • Tell your team about other doctors you see.
  • Give feedback on the current care you receive.

 Take care of your health.

  • Follow the care plan you developed with your team. Make sure you understand your plan and the goals you set.
  • Talk to your team about any challenges you may have sticking to your care plan, or if it’s not working for you.

What You can expect From Us

  •  Your team can answer your questions to help you better understand your health care needs.
  • If you need help from other doctors, your team is here to support and help you.

Together, we will work on a plan that:

  • Is personalized just for you
  • Is coordinated with other health care providers
  • Connects you with your health care team



Helpful Tips

  1. Write down the names of your care team members.
  2. Write down any questions you have and bring them to your appointments.
  3. Before you leave the office, make sure you understand your treatment plan and goals.