Thomasville Medical Center

National heart/stroke & diabetes recognition

Thomasville Medical Center Quality Awards and recognition National heart/stroke & diabetes recognition

The National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA), the American Heart/Stroke Association, and the American Diabetes Association have established a Physician Recognition Program. The program is designed to improve the quality of care patients receive by recognizing physicians who deliver quality diabetes and heart / stroke care. That's important because quality care can decrease the chance of complications that might affect quality of life for patients.  

People with chronic illnesses like diabetes and heart disease know they will need medical care for life. Choosing the right physician can make a difference. That's why many of Novant Health Thomasville Medical Center's physicians are working to attain national heart / stroke and diabetes recognition. When choosing a physician to manage your diabetic or heart / stroke care, it makes good sense to look to the physicians of Thomasville Medical Center.

Heart / stroke recognition

Heart disease and stroke are two leading causes of death in our country. Despite evidence that reducing cholesterol levels and controlling high blood pressure are effective in preventing further health complications, many cardiac and stroke patients do not receive this important care. View the list of recognized physicians »

Diabetes recognition

Because complications from diabetes can be devastating,  choosing the right physician can make a difference. Diabetics who receive quality care are less likely to have complications such as heart attacks, stroke, blindness, amputations or kidney disease. View the list of recognized physicians »