Community Care Network
Coordinated Care, Improved Outcomes
Managing a chronic illness is challenging, but you are not alone.
When you are treated at Marshall Medical Center, the care you receive is
referred to as acute care. The primary goal of care in the hospital is
to ensure patients are able to safely return home, but this does not always
mean they have fully recovered. Chronic illnesses are conditions that
can last for weeks, or even months. Having someone stay in the hospital
for the duration of their chronic illness is impractical for both the
hospital and the patient.
Marshall’s Community Care Network (CCN) extends the reach of healthcare
professionals from the hospital to your home. The CCN professionals create
long-lasting relationships with chronically ill patients that goes far
beyond the typical clinician/patient dynamic. This partnership allows
you to receive quality care and outcomes from the comfort of your own
home and cut down on medical expenses.
Visit the following pages for more on the Community Care Network
For more information abut the CCN, call Marshall Medical Center at