A Comprehensive Patient-Centered/Family-Centered Medical Home
The practice aims to provide "one-stop" medical care for the community it serves so that an entire family may be seen by one medical provider. It will strive to be a "medical home" for its patients by actively coordinating the care a patient receives across multiple settings.
Respectful Individualized/Personalized Medical Care
The staff will respect each patient regardless of status. The staff recognizes that all patients have unique circumstancesthat require an extra level of understanding to create plans of care that work and are appropriate to the particular health care and educational needs of the patient.
Quality-Driven and Electronically-Based Medical Care
The staff will become well-versed in the application of an electronic health care record in the management of your health information and including reminders of when you are due for specific recommended health care screenings.
Kevin Alexander Charlotten, MD
Dr. Charlotten is pleased to care for the residents of Elmhurst and its surrounding communities. Dr. Charlotten has over fifteen years of experience caring for adults, infants and children. He is Board Certified by the American Board of Family Medicine (ABFM).
Prior to starting Q-Care Affordable Medical Care, Dr. Charlotten served as Medical Director at AHRC Health Care - an organization that among other services provides primary care to adults and children with intellectual and other developmental disabilities - from 2003 to 2008.
Dr. Charlotten graduated from Cornell University, College of Human Ecology, with a Bachelor of Science Degree in 1994. He attended the Stanford University School of Medicine and obtained his medical degree (MD) in 1998. He completed a three-year residency training program in family medicine at Beth Israel's Residency in Urban Family Practice. While there, he served as co-Chief Resident in Family Practice.
Upon completion of his residency, he served as Director of Inpatient Services for the Department of Family Medicine at Beth Israel Medical Center from 2001 - 2003. In that capacity, he cared for adults and children who were hospitalized at Beth Israel Medical Center.