These services are offered at the Priority Care Center, 2316 Harrison Avenue, Eureka.
Refer to the Program
About Priority Care
Priority Care provides customized care coordination specific to each patients’ healthcare needs to ensure they receive the right care, in the right form, from the right health care professional, at the right time.
Click here for New Patient Intake forms for primary care (Karen Ayers, NP)
Click here for New Patient Intake forms for Type II Diabetes
Click here for New Patient Intake forms for Diabetes during pregnancy
Click here for New Patient Intake forms for Type I Diabetes
Click here for New Patient Intake Forms for Wellness
Click here for New Patient Intake Forms for Care Coordination
Instructions: Please print forms, complete and fax to 707-443-2527. Or, you can drop off or mail to 2316 Harrison Avenue, Eureka, 95501.
We provide services for patients with the following Insurance types
- Anthem PPO
- Blue Shield/Anthem Blue Cross HMO
- Blue Lake Rancheria
- North Coast Co Op Health Plan
- Cher-Ae Heights Casino Health Plan
~ Diabetes Education is available to all patients and we will bill most Insurance types ~ Shared Decision Making is a free service, available to all patients ~
For information on enrolling in this program call: 707.442.0478.
(Hours: Monday – Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. Not available on holidays.)
“Being just a phone call away and knowing there is someone ‘in my corner’”
“I had the best visit with my doctor when the nurse came with me.”
“I lost 20 pounds and lowered my blood pressure working with the Priority Care nurse and dietician.”
“My nurse helped me navigate the health care system so that I could see the right doctor for my condition.”
“I was able to see my doctor today not in 2 weeks.”
“I couldn’t have made it through this health challenge without my nurse; she is awesome.”
“Having the wonderful opportunity to have a personal nurse to touch base with once a month (or whenever I need to) is a major blessing!! This is a wonderful program and I am thankful to have been chosen to participate in it.”
“They (Priority Care nurses) are there to help you problem solve, give you things to try… The ER just gives you a pain pill and tells you to call your doctor on Monday.”
Priority Care In The News
Coal Mines and Canaries in Humboldt County (Spring 2014)
Read Dr. Mary Meeng’s article about the first year of the project.
|The Pacific Business Group video provides information about the Priority Care program which is run by the Humboldt Independent Practice Association.|