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Changing Healthcare Together

Across the country, patients have the same basic needs from our health care system: better health, better care and lower costs. Catholic Medical Partners is delivering solutions for those needs. Our physician-led, patient-focused approach is based on bringing together people, facilities, technology and ideas for the singular purpose of improving the health of our patients and the delivery of care in our community.

Welcome to the future of health care.

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  • Catholic Medical Partners is a membership organization comprised of the Catholic Health System, Mercy Hospital, Kenmore Mercy Hospital, Sisters Hospital, Mt. St. Mary's Hospital and over 990 independent primary care physicians, pediatricians and specialists united in the common goal of improving the delivery of healthcare.

  • Our commitment is to provide high-quality, coordinated care to the patients who chose us by utilizing best practices, harnessing technology, and employing a team-based, proactive and patient-centered approach to clinical care.

  • With more than 900 members, Catholic Medical Partners is the largest group of independent practicing physicians in Western New York, with a governing board led by practicing physicians. Catholic Medical Partners has been serving the needs of the Western New York community since 1996.

  • Catholic Medical Partners has made significant investments in technology to help its member physicians engage their patients as active participants in their own care.

  • Today, all Catholic Medical Partners’ physicians have adopted the use of Electronic Medical Records in their practices.

  • Catholic Medical Partners furthered its commitment to fortifying the clinical office by supporting office-based Care Management and by assisting more than 60 primary practices in achieving the highest level of recognition under the national Patient Centered Medical Home program.

  • In 2010, Catholic Medical Partners designed and implemented Care Transitions, a program to improve the discharge process and to reduce hospital readmissions.

  • In 2012, Catholic Medical Partners was one of the first 27 organizations across the country chosen to participate in the federal Medicare Shared Savings Accountable Care Organization (ACO) program.