Central Kentucky Family Physicians

Each year, millions of people seek medical care and most often, their entry into the health care system is through a visit with their Primary Care Physician (PCP).  Primary care providers are specifically prepared for “first contact” and for supporting patients during their journey through the health care delivery system.

Family practitioners and internist/pediatricians (a combination of internal medicine and pediatrics) are trained to care for an entire family regardless of the age or gender of the family members.  Primary care includes health promotion and maintenance, disease prevention and management, counseling and patient education, and diagnosis and treatment of acute and chronic conditions.

At Family Practice Associates of Lexington our mission is simple: to provide preventive, diagnostic, and therapeutic health services with attention to individual need. We are dedicated to giving family-centered care from birth to later years in an affordable, high quality manner.

 

FPA is Recognized Practice for being a Patient Center Medical Home

Family Practice Associates of Lexington, PSC is pleased to announce that it has been re-certified as a Level 3 Patient Centered Medical Home by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) for using evidence-based, patient-centered processes that focus on improving the health and outcomes of its patients.


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New Harrodsburg Road Location

Family Practice Associates has opened a second location on Harrodsburg Road.

Todd Martin APRN will be at this office permanently.

Second Office Location:

FPA @ The Baptist Health Building

2040 Harrodsburg Road, Suite 300

Lexington, KY 40503

(859) 278-5007

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From the FPA Blog

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    The Big Rewrite

    I am behind in writing my May blog. It’s about being busy but it’s also about deciding what to write about and dealing with how it feels to write about some topics. Last month in The Thread Runners, I wrote about people who chase story lines of possible outcomes into the future but often through

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