Family physician Jeremy Bradley MD FAAFP has received The Healthcare Incentives Improvement Institute’s (HCI3) first Bridges to Excellence Patient Centered Medical Home Award in Kentucky.

In the Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH), patient care is facilitated by use of electronic registries, health information technology, clinical practice guidelines, and other means to assure that patients receive the highest quality medical attention they deserve. PCMH relationships offer patients comfort, convenience, and optimal health throughout their lifetimes.

In addition to the prestigious PCMH status, Doctor Bradley’s office was honored with three Bridges to Excellence Awards, including excellence in Diabetes management, excellence in Hypertension management, and the Physician Office System Award for leading-edge use of information systems in a clinical setting by HCI3.

Doctor Bradley attributes these achievements to his dedicated staff and to his electronic record system. “I could not have accomplished this without my outstanding office staff and a fantastic EMR. My overriding goal when I opened my clinic 12 years ago was to offer the highest quality care possible to an underserved community. In many ways, the PCMH model brings good old-fashioned medicine into the future with patient focused medical care and the use of exceptional medical technology