Welcome to St. Joseph Family Medical Care
We are committed to making our facility a safe place for care. You can rest assured that we’ve taken all the steps we can to protect you and those you love. St. Joseph Family Medical Care Telemedicine is making sure you don’t have to choose between safety and getting the care you need in these unprecedented times of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Patient‐Centered Medical Home
The Patient-Centered Telemedicine Medical Home concept has introduced a very favorable alternative to insurance companies, employers, government entities, patients, & physicians.
Healthcare can be a fragmented and costly experience for the patient. Patients in medical homes receive the right care, in the right amount, at the right time. This increasingly popular delivery system modernization leads to safer and better care, empowers patients, and renews the patient‐provider relationship.
- Working with you in setting healthcare‐related goals and help you in meeting these goals.
- Providing you information on services, classes, and/or support groups to provide you with more information about your goals or managing chronic conditions.
- Collaboratively working with you, sharing in making decisions for your health.
- Acting as the director of your care team, coordinating care within our practice and with outside specialty care.
Dr. Nora P. Gomez is a board-certified Family Physician and has been a diplomate of the American Board of Family Medicine since 1999. She has been in private practice in the Kansas City area for the past 18 years, and she proudly joined the St. Joseph Family Medical Care Clinic in 2014.
Andrea Rose, FNP-C, is a family nurse practitioner here at KC Family Medical Care. Her philosophy of care is to listen and help. Her practice interests include family practice, acute care, and chronic disease management for all ages. She has lived in Kansas City for most of her life. After earning her Master’s in Public Administration at the University Missouri-Kansas City (UMKC),she worked for many years developing nonprofit organizations in the Kansas City area, before pursuing her dream of becoming a nurse and a nurse practitioner.
She would like to help patients achieve their health goals using evidence-based science, along with common sense, in healthcare. Her MSN is from UMKC and her BSN is from Research School of Nursing/Rockhurst University.