Patient Registration and Privacy

To ensure all patients of Primary Care Specialists are sufficiently informed and oriented into the medical home.  It is essential that all patient registration information be properly compiled and entered into the clinic’s electronic medical record system.

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HIPPAA security incident notice from Primary Care Specialists, Inc.

On February 27, 2017, Primary Care Specialists, Inc. (“PCS”) was the victim of a cyber-attack in which an unauthorized, unknown third party encrypted two data servers.

On March 3, 2017, PCS determined that a malware attack may have affected protected health information of historical patient medical records, including patient medical files. The types of protected health information potentially involved in this incident includes name, address, date of birth, insurance/payment information, social security number and medical information (diagnosis, medications, treatments, etc.).

Since that time, we have worked with the Federal Department of Health and Human Services to conduct a thorough investigation into this incident.  PCS does not believe that the cyber-criminal will or has used or disclosed your protected health information in an inappropriate manner.  We take the protection of patient information very seriously, and we sincerely regret that this incident involving your medical information occurred. 

As required by HIPPAA we are providing this and additional means of notice to our patients and the public.  While this was a third-party, unforeseen criminal cyber-attack, we are working to analyze and improve our security systems and internal policies and procedures to provide the utmost protection to our patients.

Although we sincerely believe the cyber-criminal responsible for this attack is unable to access or use patient information, if you would like to take additional steps to reduce any potential risk to your protected health information, you may place a fraud alert with a credit reporting agency and review your credit reports periodically. You may find helpful materials outlining precautionary steps you can take, found online at 

Patient Inquiries may be directed to: If you have any questions or concerns, please call 888-750-9219, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. (Eastern Time), Monday through Friday.

Patient Access Policy

To ensure the privacy of protected health information when it is communicated via employee, electronic, and telephone means.

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Care Management

A goal of Primary Care Specialists is to minimize delays and gaps in care during the transition between hospital inpatient (hospital) and outpatient (emergency room, observation) and PCMH care settings.  Our ability to adequately support patients during a transition of care (TOC) period should result in a reduction in hospital re-admissions and improve patient outcomes.

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At Primary Care Specialist, we believe communication is the best policy.  We strive to deliver high quality patient-centered continuity of care services to each individual patient.   When a patient needs to be seen, our goal is to schedule that patient with an appointment as timely as possible, and to always render optimal care and patient satisfaction.

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Patient Forms

If you would like to request an appointment with Primary Care Specialists, please contact us at 901-458-0162. Primary Care Specialists wants to make your visit quick and easy by providing you with some of the necessary office forms ahead of time.

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Prescription Refills

Prescription Refills:  Please notify your pharmacy if you are requesting refills.  The pharmacy will generate an order and forward it to us for approval.

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