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About Us

About Us

At Community Care of the Lower Cape Fear, we are changing the healthcare experience by changing the way care is delivered. We strongly believe that the best system is rooted in the communities it serves, and we know that efforts directed by doctors and focused on local patients make quality care more efficient and cost-effective. Click here to meet our clinical leadership team.

Community Care of the Lower Cape Fear ("CCLCF") was launched in 2003 as an independent 501(c)(3). Based in Wilmington, North Carolina, our geographic footprint spans Bladen, Brunswick, Columbus, New HanoverOnslow and Pender counties.

 CCLCF

We are a regional network of nearly 192 primary and OB care practices, hospitals, health departments, departments of social services, and other agencies and organizations, including Trillium and Eastpointe MCOs and South East AHEC ("SEAHEC"). These professionals work together to provide cooperative, coordinated care through the Medical Home model. This approach matches each patient with a primary care provider who leads a health care team to address the patient’s unique health needs. CCLCF care managers provide services to high-risk patients to improve self-management of chronic health conditions. Our goal is to improve health outcomes and quality of life for our patients, while reducing care costs in the communities we serve.

CCLCF is an affiliate of Community Care of North Carolina, a statewide healthcare partnership with boots on the ground in all 100 of NC's counties, and over 5,000 primary care providers participating statewide. 

 

CCNC's Growing Footprint  

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Click the map to view locations of CCNC's other partners and to find information about practice and pharmacy locations. 

 

Recognition   

According to an independent evaluation by leading actuarial firm Milliman, Inc., CCNC saved North Carolina over $1 billion dollars between 2007-2010.

CCNC has been recognized as a national leader in healthcare. In 2007, CCNC won the prestigious Innovations in American Government Award from Harvard University, and in April 2013, the Healthcare Leadership Council, a coalition of Chief Executives from the nation’s leading healthcare companies and organizations, named CCNC as the winner of its top honor, the Wellness Frontiers Award

Visit Community Care of North Carolina website to learn more about the statewide program.