Sliding scale health-care services:
Checkups when you’re well, and treatment when you’re sick
Immunizations and checkups for your children
Preventive and primary care dental services
Prescription medications and diabetic supplies
Mental health and substance abuse care
Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH)
NOTCH has been recognized by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) as a Patient-Centered Medical Home since 2012. Our practices most recently earned Level 3 recognition (the highest possible) by the NCQA Patient-Centered Medical Home Program in 2020:
The PCMH model of care places an emphasis on team-based care, communication, access, and care coordination. It also emphasizes better management of chronic conditions. This means that at NOTCH, we take extra care to track patients who have chronic diseases such as diabetes, or are at an age where critical preventative screenings, such as colonoscopies, need to begin.
NOTCH’s recognition is a reflection of our commitment to improving the health of our community. By managing and preventing chronic disease and promoting healthy lifestyles, we aim to empower our patients to take a proactive approach in managing their self-care and well-being.
News & Updates
NOTCH CEO, Pam Parsons, wins Vermont Community Leadership Award!: The VT Community Leadership Award is presented each year to celebrate Vermonters who exemplify “dedication, integrity and honorable service to community and to rural Vermont,” and who…Read more >
NOTCH Opens St. Albans Pharmacy!
NOTCH is excited to expand access to pharmacy services in Franklin County! NOTCH St. Albans Pharmacy is… Read more >
Northern Tier Center for Health (NOTCH) is a mission driven primary care practice with a focus on quality and continuity of care. We are a not-for-profit corporation governed by a community-based Board of Directors whose mission is to provide high-quality care in Vermont’s Franklin and Grand Isle counties.
NOTCH’s team of compassionate and devoted health care professionals and support staff develop long-term relationships with patients, often serving multi-generational families. The organization offers a full spectrum of health care services, including family medicine, internal medicine, behavioral health, pharmacy, lab, and general dentistry.