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Kansas City Internal Medicine – St. Joseph Medical Center/Carondelet Campus A Division of Signature Medical Group
- Kansas City Internal Medicine – St. Joseph Medical Center/Carondelet Campus
- 1010 Carondelet Drive, Suite 224A Kansas City, MO 64114
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- Patient Services:
- Internal Medicine
- Walk In Clinic
- Patient Portal
About Kansas City Internal Medicine – St. Joseph Medical Center/Carondelet Campus
Kansas City Internal Medicine (KCIM) has one main goal: giving you the highest quality of care.
Our mission is, “We provide personalized, relationship based, quality healthcare” and our company slogan is EXPERIENCE. BETTER CARE. Our two thoughts about this slogan – one, that you will “experience better care,” and two, that you will “receive better care” from our experienced staff of physicians, clinical teams, and administrative teams.
Your relationship with your doctor is key to a life focused on health and wellness. Regardless if you need a primary care physician to walk with you through life or a specialist to help you with a specific health condition, QUALITY and ATTENTION to YOU are critical components of a successful relationship. Our hope is that we can be there for you and with you. We are excited to be a part of Signature Medical Group.
KCIM has been selected to participate in Medicare’s new Comprehensive Primary Care Plus (CPC+) program.
KCIM is among more than 2,900 primary care practices nationwide that entered the five-year program on Jan. 1, 2017. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services’ (CMS) says CPC+ is the largest-ever initiative to improve primary healthcare in the U.S.
The goal of CPC+ is to provide doctors the freedom to care for their patients the way they think will deliver the best patient outcomes and to pay doctors for achieving results and improving care.