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The mural shown above is one of four pieces of original artwork created by renowned Louisville, Ky., artists Gloucester Caliman Coxe and Keith Johnson.

 

Park DuValle is an independent not-for-profit community health center. We have served Louisville’s health care needs for more than 40 years.

The center's services are affordable, comprehensive and of high quality. As a federally qualified health center surveyed and licensed in the Commonwealth of Kentucky as primary care centers, Park DuValle Community Health Center strives to adhere to the highest quality standards of patient care, regardless of insurance http://www.pdchc.org/  or ability to pay. Employees of Park DuValle Community Health Center, Inc. are deemed to be federal employees qualified for protection under the Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA).

With the new facility at our main location and with extended health care services being offered through our three satellite locations, we have entered a new era of modern health care service delivery.

We are all about caring for you and our community.

  • Park DuValle Community Health Center is deeply committed to improving health, wellness and the quality of life in the communities we serve by providing safe, high-quality, accessible and affordable preventive and primary health care.
  • In the communities we serve, Park DuValle Community Health Center will be the provider of choice for our patients, employer of choice for our staff and partner of choice for public and private initiatives.
  • Our values are demonstrated by our teamwork, honesty, reliability, productivity and commitment to a competent and diverse staff. Delivery of services is based on compassion, confidentiality, cultural sensitivity, nondiscrimination, continuous quality improvement and responsible use of available resources.

Our Model of Care: Patient Centered Medical Home

What is a Medical Home?
The Medical Home is how we provide Primary Health Care services. It is:

Patient Centered

We teach and help patients to take care of themselves.

We make sure patients and families are involved in planning care and choosing a health care provider.

We teach patients and families that it is important to tell their health care provider about all of their medical history including visits to specialists and the emergency room.

Coordinated

We make sure that everyone works well together to give the best care including communicating with specialists, hospitals and community services.

Accessible

We make sure that patients get the best care during and after office hours, face to face and over the phone.

Comprehensive

The care team leader is primary care provider (MD, Nurse Practitioner, PA) who cares for the whole patient, including physical and mental health, prevention, sudden and brief or long-term illnesses.

Committed to Quality & Safety

We make sure that patients get evidenced-based care and follow up on results as compared to standardized and expected outcomes.

We are committed to quality improvement using Health Information Technology, computers and other tools that help patients and families to make health decisions based on information they can understand.

What is a Care Team?

The Care Team includes your Primary Care Provider, Nurse, Medical Assistant and Specialists that work together with you and your family to give excellent care focused on the “whole” patient. Together, you and your care team will build a relationship based on trust and understanding. To help do this:

You can communicate with a Medical Home care team member anytime during normal working hours by calling the main office numbers shown on the front of the brochure.

When our office is closed, you may contact your Medical Home team by calling the main office telephone numbers.

1. We will record why you are calling and let the On-Call Provider know, immediately.

2. The On-Call Provider will contact you personally to talk to you.

If you go to any other health care provider, please, let your Medical Home care team know. This will help us to make sure we know about all of your health care needs and give you the best possible care.

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Contact Information

Park DuValle Community Health Center

Louisville, Ky., (Wilson Ave.)
Phone: 502-774-4401
 
Louisville, Ky.,(City View)
Phone:
502-584-2992

Louisville, Ky., (Newburg)
Phone: 502-479-8930

Taylorsville, Ky., (Spencer County)
Phone: 502-477-2248

Business Hours:
All Sites Closed Thanksgiving and
Christmas Day, New Year’s Day,
Sundays and Holidays

Wilson Avenue (Main Site):
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 8 AM - 5 PM
Tuesday   8 AM - 8 PM
Saturday 9 AM - 4 PM                                                                                                                                                                                     
Tuesday Evening and Saturday Services are limited to Adult Medicine, Pediatrics, Laboratory and Pharmacy

Park DuValle at City View
Monday-Friday 8 AM-5 PM

Park DuValle at Newburg
Monday-Friday 8 AM-5 PM 

Park DuValle at Spencer County
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 8 AM - 5 PM
Tuesdays 10 AM - 7 PM                                                                                                                                                                                 

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POSITIONS AVAILABLE

PARK DUVALLE COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER WELCOMING ALL QUALIFIED CANDIDATES TO APPLY FOR OPEN POSITIONS.

TO APPLY, GO TO:
http://louisvilleworks.com
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For more information, call Personnel:
502-774-4401, Ext. 1215.