Patients + Caregivers
Get in-home medical care.
Patients qualify for the Landmark program through their health plan. Learn how to get started and what services are available.
Landmark partners with health plans to bring house calls to patients living with multiple chronic conditions. Landmark’s providers – doctors, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants – come to your home to help keep you well. A member of the Landmark medical team can come to you urgently when needed.
Meet some members of our specialty care teams who work to keep you well. Local teams may vary.
Physicians or advanced practice providers who bring high-quality care to complex patients, where they reside. These providers identify problems early and work with the Primary Care Physician to make changes that can prevent patients from getting sicker.
Physicians or advanced practice providers who treat patients urgently in place. They are available without appointments when an assessment or care is needed quickly and they act like hospitalists at home.
Visit patients in the home to assess the need for ongoing treatment, medication and social support.
Review medicines and ensure the best medication selection. Answer patients' medication questions and educate them on how best to take their medications.
Work with patients over the phone and in collaboration with the Landmark provider. Act as an advocate for patients' health and life goals.
Work with patients in their home and help connect them to community resources that may help improve their health and well-being.
Counsel patients on how food can impact overall health, including diet recommendations. Small, low-cost changes can lead to big health improvements.
Work with patients in the home and over the phone to gather information that helps Landmark providers better care for patients.
We’ll help keep you well at home and treat you in place when needed. Whether you are worried about a suspicious spider bite, are feeling blue, or concerned about coming down with the flu.
Our visits are scheduled around your health needs and schedule. Everything from checking your vitals, and reviewing your medications, to having in-depth discussions about your needs and concerns. Please know during this COVID-19 pandemic, we will be conducting routine visits by phone or video.
Sometimes you aren’t feeling well when your doctor’s office is closed or your primary care provider doesn’t have any appointments available. You’re not sure if you should wait, go to an urgent care, or even go to the hospital. Landmark patients can call their care team any time of the day or night to help make these decisions and receive urgent care in their home if needed.
Living with multiple chronic conditions may mean that you have several doctors. Landmark can be a single source that considers your whole health and helps facilitate communication to everyone involved. We can also make recommendations to your health plan for additional services and care that you may require, including physical therapy, home health nurses, walkers and more.
Receive urgent diagnoses and (non-COVID-19) treatments at home, including fluids, medications, prescriptions, labs and X-rays. No appointment is necessary. You can avoid the drive to urgent care or the hospital, and avoid the wait, the germs and the bills.
After coming home from the hospital or skilled nursing facility, many patients are at risk of being readmitted within a few weeks. Landmark providers meet you at home after a discharge, to review discharge instructions and medications, and help you coordinate follow-up appointments. This can help you avoid hospital readmissions.
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