MISSION, VISION, & VALUES
Mind Matters, P.C. aspires to promote and strengthen mental health and wellness. As a collaborative team, we share our expertise with our community to foster change, inspire hope, and improve lives.
Outstanding clinical services will continue to be our primary goal. To support this we will evolve our business practice, which rewards creativity, collegiality, and excellent patient care.
We will lead by continuing to develop innovative approaches to a collaborative medical system of caring for our patients and their families.
We will educate primary care physicians through a variety of modalities about psychiatric diagnosis and treatment approaches, thus facilitating their role in the care of their patients.
Utilizing data from both clinical and business experience, we will improve our practice and contribute to the scientific knowledge base.
Our service delivery system will continue to be documented and will be appropriate for adaptation and application in other communities.
We will lead in developing innovative approaches to a collaborative system of care of mind and body in partnership with primary care physicians.
Passion: We are enthusiastic, excited, and proud in the work we do. We exemplify an optimistic spirit, dedication to improving lives, and resilience in the face of adversity.
Our commitment to helping others is boundless.
Empathy: We seek to connect with each other at a deep and resonant level with respect, compassion, and generosity of spirit. We honor the unique set of experiences, perspectives, and motivations of each individual.
We listen carefully to understand.
Teamwork: By working as a multidisciplinary team, we sustain an environment of creativity, innovation, and professional growth that amplifies the impact of the individual.
Together we do better work than alone.
Commitment to Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging: MMPC is striving to make policies and employment decisions that honor every person’s own identity. In pursuit of equity, inclusion, and belonging MMPC will value diversity of age, race, gender, sexual identity, economic status, political views, religion, and individual abilities. As a community we want to remove societal and cultural barriers to care with humility and a willingness to learn.