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Thomas R Graf, MD | Family Practice

110 Trieble DrSte 1 Tunkhannock, PA 18657
Ph: (570) 996-2790
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Experience 1992, University Of Michigan Medical Scho
Languages

English

Gender

Male

Accepting New Patients: Yes

Accepting New Patients: Yes

Provider ID: 001592943 Primary Care Physician (PCP): No

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Specialties & Procedures

Family Practice - Board Certified


Locations

110 Trieble DrSte 1
Tunkhannock, PA 18657
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Group Affiliation

Geisinger Convenient Care NE

RR 611
Tannersville, PA 18372

Geisinger Convenient Care Retail NE

3 W Olive St
Scranton, PA 18508

Hospital Affiliation

Schuylkill Medical Ctr South Jackson Street

420 S Jackson St
Pottsville, PA 17901


Education

Medical School

1992, University Of Michigan Medical Scho

Residency

Henry Ford Hospital


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The ABFM MOC program (MCFP) allows board-certified family physicians to maintain their certificate by completing self-assessment and quality improvement modules coupled with a periodic examination designed to assure patients of high quality medical care. Click icon for more information.


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The BTE Medical Home Recognition Program is designed to recognize practices that demonstrate that they have adopted effective systematic office processes and that they are using those processes to deliver better care and improve patient outcomes, especially regarding chronic conditions. Clinicians must adhere to evidence-based guidelines, use appropriate health information technology, and demonstrate the use of "best practices", all of which holds them accountable for the quality and value of care they provide. BTE Medical Home designation is achieved by obtaining Recognition in a combination of BTE's existing programs. Click icon for more information.


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Quality measures for physicians, group practices and/or clinics in the Plans' service areas are published as of 11/21/2014 for the measurement period from 01/01/2013 through 12/31/2013. Note that the claims period may vary by individual measure and may include claims with dates of service prior to the measurement period to ensure accuracy and statistical validity.

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