If your pediatric practice is looking for the opportunity to join a community of colleagues committed to providing exceptional care to children and families, and to advance pediatric care, consider the Pediatric Physicians’ Organization at Children’s. Learn how our people and our organization improve the quality and delivery of health care, and the health of infants, children, and adolescents.
More than a network. A pathway to more.
Some of the PPOC membership benefits include:
- The opportunity to be part of a physician network that is committed to delivering exceptional care to children and families
- The opportunity to be part of a network that is devoted exclusively to the needs of pediatric primary care providers
- The opportunity to participate in and help develop innovative and better forms of care
- The opportunity to participate in a strong partnership with Boston Children’s Hospital and its pediatric sub-specialists
- The opportunity to join our common electronic health record platform, which connects the PPOC network and specialists at Boston Children’s Hospital, and allows for the building and sharing of valuable population health data and order sets
- The opportunity to be trained, work, and supported in the family-centered medical home, a model of care that emphasizes the role of teamwork and patient and family engagement in our health care system
- Access to quality information technology and practice management staff who know and care about you and your practice
- Access to regular educational programs that meet your need for continuing medical education requirements
For information on PPOC membership, please contact CEO Dr. Greg Young or COO Jessica Farnham at 617-919-4074.
The PPOC is one of the largest pediatric primary care physician organizations in the country, with more than 360 pediatric primary care physicians, 130 nurse practitioners and physician assistants working in community-based practices in 105 locations throughout Massachusetts.
We benefit on a daily basis just by having someone to call, not being out there all by ourselves, and getting a resource that gives us a perspective larger than our own. The connection to other practice leaders and the sharing of ideas and ways to get things done is invaluable.Larry Goetschius, Plymouth Pediatric Associates