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New Primary Care Clinic Opening in South Santa Fe

New Primary Care Clinic Opening in South Santa Fe

SANTA FE, NM –Santa Fe Family Wellness Center (SFFWC), operated by Presbyterian Medical Services (PMS), announces the opening of a new primary care access point in Santa Fe. The integration of primary care services with existing addiction/behavioral health services at 2504 Camino Entrada, will make the Center the first of its kind in Southwest Santa Fe.

"This is truly an exciting initiative,” reflected Larry Martinez, Director of PMS North Central Region Administration. “Although health care coverage has been extended to many more persons and families through the Affordable Care Act and Medicaid expansion, we haven't experienced a commensurate increase in providers or clinics capable of providing care. The addition of medical services for children and their families receiving behavioral health services at the Santa Fe Family Wellness Center and others in need of services represents a significant increase in medical capacity for the community."

Primary care services at Santa Fe Family Wellness Center open December 18, 2017. Appointments are currently being accepted at 505-471-5006. As with all PMS health centers, SFFWC is federally qualified and is Joint Commission accredited. Services are available to persons of all ages. Medicare, Medicaid, and private insurance are accepted. For the uninsured, a sliding fee scale is available based on income.

Tapped to provide primary care is Vernon (Tony) Osborn, a Nurse Practitioner. Mr. Osborn received his Masters of Science in Nursing from the University of New Mexico (UNM) in 2015 and his Bachelor of Science in Nursing, with a minor in Psychology, from UNM in 1995.

On arrival, Mr. Osborn said, “I look forward to serving the people of Santa Fe to develop healthy lifestyles that promote wellness.”

Other members of the health care team at SFFWC are William F. Johnson, MD, Prescribing Psychiatrist, and Roxana Raicu, MD.

Santa Fe Family Wellness Center offers an array of wrap-around services that include wellness exams, chronic condition management, well child care, women’s health, and care for minor injuries. Also, psychiatric services for children and adolescents, comprehensive community support services, behavior management services, respite services, outpatient therapy – individual, group, and family, as well as, multi-system therapy and school-based therapy.

Presbyterian Medical Services is New Mexico’s leader in improving the lives and health of New Mexican families and communities. The nonprofit organization has been designing and delivering health and human services since 1969 and has no affiliation to Presbyterian Healthcare System or Presbyterian Health plan. Presbyterian Medical Services currently operates some 200 programs in New Mexico ranging from health and behavioral health services to children’s services such as Head Start, licensed care programs such as hospice and home care, and a variety of one-of-a-kind community-based programs such as the Sobering Center in Farmington.

In Santa Fe, PMS operates Santa Fe Community Guidance Center and seven Head Start and Early Head Start programs, as well as The Hospice Center and Community Home Health Care. PMS also manages the Mobile Crises Response Team.

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