NOTICE: North Reading Medical Associates is now called Beth Israel Lahey Health Primary Care – North Reading Medical Associates. Learn more about BILH Primary Care Practice Name Changes.
About Our Practice
We are pleased that you have chosen Beth Israel Lahey Health Primary Care – North Reading Medical Associates for your health care needs. It is our sincere desire to establish a successful patient–physician relationship that fosters a feeling of comfort and security with regards to the treatment you receive for both primary care and specialty medical services.
Our practice is founded on the belief that our patients are best served through a team approach to care. Our patient-centered care approach focuses on care coordination, prevention, and shared decision making among patients and their care team.
We emphasize primary care interventions such as coaching chronically ill patients on effective self-care, working with patients to develop an individual care plan, coordinating care with a patient’s other doctors and specialists, using technology to track and coordinate patient care, managing hospital transitions, and utilizing resources outside the physician office to help patients navigate the health care system and stay healthy.
At Beth Israel Lahey Health Primary Care – North Reading Medical Associates, we are dedicated people providing compassionate, accessible health care of the highest quality to our patients.
An on-call provider is available to respond to any acute medical concern that occurs after hours. You can reach the on-call provider by calling 978-664-1990. Beth Israel Lahey Health Primary Care – North Reading Medical Associates will utilize the Winchester Hospital Emergency Department for life threatening emergencies, located at 41 Highland Avenue, Winchester, MA. Also, for non-emergent issues, our office will utilize the Winchester Hospital Walk-In Urgent Care Center located at 500 Salem Street, Wilmington, MA. The Walk-In Urgent Care Center provides patient care services from 7:30 am – 8:30 am, 7 days a week, including holidays.
Should you experience a life-threatening situation such as chest pain, choking, or uncontrollable bleeding, please call 911 or seek care at the Emergency Room nearest you.