In obervance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, our offices will be closed on January 18th. 
If you have an emergency during the closure, please call 911, or report to the nearest emergency room.     


Southeast Community Health Systems’ clinics are open for medical, dental and behavioral health services (Monday-Friday, 8:00am-4:30pm) and Picardy Women’s Health Clinic (Monday-Friday, 6:45am-3:45pm). Call 888-414-7247 for an in-clinic appointment.
Telehealth visits (tele-behavioral health; tele-dentistry; and, tele-medicine) are available (Monday-Friday, 8:00am-4:30pm) and Picardy Women’s Health Clinic (Monday-Friday, 6:45am-3:45pm). Call 888-414-7247 for a telehealth appointment.

If you are experiencing fever, cough, shortness of breath, chills, muscle pain, new loss of taste or smell, vomiting or diarrhea, and/or sore throat, or have come in contact with someone with these symptoms, please call 888-414-7247 to speak to clinical staff. To reduce the risk of exposure to other patients and our employees, when visiting our clinics, please limit those coming with you to one. 

Everyone age 8 and over is required, except those with a medical exemption due to a health condition, to wear a face-covering when entering our facilities. We also encourage everyone over 2, per the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, to wear face-coverings when entering our facilities. Thank you for helping us keep you and our staff safe during this unprecedented  time.

We offer a disease management system

designed to help individuals prevent the progression of disease and to preserve independence. Disease management services are overseen by physicians and a team consisting of a nurse practitioner, registered nurse, case manager, and dietician.

How the Process works:

1. Contact Southeast Community Health Systems

2. Screening, Assessment, and Planning
    i. The Care Team assesses the patient's condition and  identifies barriers to managing the disease
       or accessing health care.
    ii. Services include assessment of and guidance with the following:
  •   Monitoring, recognition, and treatment of symptoms
  •   Medication management
  •   Nutrition habits
  •   Memory disorders or depression
  •   Physical Condition
  •   Transportation to medical appointments
  •   Paying for prescriptions or other financial barriers to health and well-being
  •   Obtaining affordable insurance
  •   Coordination of care from hospital to home or community setting
  •   Referrals to other community resources
3.  Ongoing follow-up and Support
The Disease Management Care Team and the patient develop goals within the plan of care, as prescribed by the patient's health care provider. In addition, the patient has access to educational programs, physical activities, and support groups.

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