The Genoa Healthcare pharmacy located within Syntero’s Dublin office is open and available to serve staff and consumers.
The pharmacy fills behavioral health and primary care prescriptions, mails medications at no extra cost and organizes consumers’ pills based on the date and time they need to take them, which makes it easier for consumers to get, and stay, on their medications.
Syntero has collaborative partnerships with primary care
providers to provide integrated care for shared clients through increased
communication, shared outcomes and care coordination. Integrating mental
health, substance use and primary care services produces the best outcomes and
proves the most effective approach to caring for people with multiple
Syntero is pleased to announce a new partnership with Genoa Healthcare, our on-site pharmacy provider. Genoa’s full-service pharmacy will enable Syntero clients to conveniently fill prescriptions on site, and even have prescriptions mailed at no cost. The pharmacy will be located at Syntero’s Dublin location, but is available for all Syntero clients. More information is available here.
PrimaryOne Health – formerly Columbus Neighborhood Health Center – continues to offer valuable primary care services at the Syntero Cramer Creek Court location in Dublin, Ohio. Referrals are currently being accepted for new patients. Patients may be existing Syntero clients or community members. In addition to a name change, hours of primary care services have been expanded and are now available Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday from 9:00AM – 6:00PM. Please call 614-526-3285 to schedule your appointment. The attached flier contains more detailed information about the Integrated Healthcare services that are available.
Syntero’s Dublin office is offering one more service to keep clients healthy.
The Syntero Dublin location, formerly the Dublin Counseling Center, at 299 Cramer Creek Court, added primary care to its behavioral healthcare services Sept. 4.
To offer behavioral and primary healthcare under the same roof, Syntero partnered with Columbus Neighborhood Health Center, a nonprofit organization that provides services to people experiencing financial, social and cultural barriers to healthcare.
“We reached out to them because we knew they already had experience with integrated sites,” Syntero CEO Julie Erwin Rinaldi said.
With changes in Medicare reform, healthcare is trending toward integrated services, Rinaldi said.
“It really makes sense for our clients,” she said. “It’s much more effective to have everything under one roof.”