Chronic Condition Care Clinics & Doctor’s Offices in Texas
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- What is Chronic Condition Care?
Chronic condition care is a type of healthcare that focuses on providing ongoing support and care to patients with chronic health conditions. This type of care is designed to help patients manage their condition, prevent complications, and improve their overall quality of life. Chronic care management typically involves coordinating care among different healthcare providers, providing education and support to patients and their families, and helping patients to make healthy lifestyle choices. Chronic care management is an important part of ensuring that patients with chronic conditions receive the care they need to manage their condition and maintain their health.
- What does a Chronic Condition Care Doctor do?
Our doctors are trained to treat seniors, so you should rest assured you’re getting the highest quality care around. And because seniors are disproportionately stricken by chronic conditions, our Medicare primary care physicians offer a range of care, specifically suited to your needs. A shortlist of chronic conditions our primary care doctors treat include:
- Kidney disease
- Thyroid disease
- Allergic reactions
- Advanced care planning
The specific duties of a Chronic Condition Doctor vary depending on the needs of their patients and the policies of the healthcare facility where they work. At Oak Street Health, our Chronic Condition Physicians in Texas develop preventive care plans to help you achieve your physical and mental health goals. Get the care you deserve. Schedule an in-person, phone, or video visit with a trusted Chronic Care Specialist today.
- How do I find a Chronic Condition Doctor in Texas?
Call (888) 812-1183 to find a Chronic Condition Doctor in Texas and learn more about becoming a patient at Oak Street Health. You can also stop by your nearest center or fill out a become a patient form, and we'll be in touch.
Chronic Condition Care in Texas
Our Chronic Care service covers medical professionals' care for patients with pre-existing conditions or long-term illnesses. If a condition lasts a year or more, requires ongoing medical attention, or limits daily activities, it is classified as chronic. At Oak Street Health, our Chronic Care doctors and supporting care team in Texas develop preventive care plans to help you achieve your physical and mental health goals. Get the care you deserve. Schedule an in-person, phone, or video visit with a trusted Chronic Condition Care doctor today.