What is a Medical Home?
A family-centered medical home is not a building, house, hospital, or home healthcare service, but rather an approach to providing comprehensive primary care.

In a family-centered medical home the pediatric care team works in partnership with a child and a child’s family to assure that all of the medical and non-medical needs of the patient are met.

Through this partnership the pediatric care team can help the family/patient access, coordinate, and understand specialty care, educational services, out-of-home care, family support, and other public and private community services that are important for the overall health of the child and family.

Middleboro Pediatrics continually refines our medical home to suit the individual needs for all of our patients and families.   For our families who have children with specialized or complex health care needs, we also work in partnership with the Massachusetts Department of Public Health to provide enhanced resources and care coordination.    The information and links listed below are available to help you find resources for you or your child.   You are always welcome to contact us at the office if you require additional assistance or support.

We welcome ideas from patients and families about how to improve the care and services we provide.   Please complete the surveys on our website so we can continue to do our best for you or your child.