DMH brings the best medical care into the most convenient, comfortable and lowest cost place of service – our patient’s home or business environment. Our pioneering practice has transformed the “old-fashioned house call” into a 21st-century phenomenon, by providing comprehensive, state-of-the-art care 7 days a week, as well as urgent care with same-day or next-day appointments. We also have a number of subspecialists in our group who provide our primary care clinicians with consultations in palliative care, infectious disease, endocrinology, rheumatology, pulmonary and intensive care medicine, podiatry, wound care.
Thanks to our patient-centered philosophy of care, sophisticated technology, multi-dimensional delivery system, and close partnership with key resources in the communities we serve, we are able to perform more tests and procedures in our patient’s home or place of business than most primary care physicians perform in their office. And our service is surprisingly affordable because we contract with every insurance company, and are “in network” with nearly every plan. We also file all the paperwork for our patients.
We are the “gold standard” physician home visit practice in the country. Two years ago we were honored to be 1 of only 16 practices nationwide selected to participate in Medicare’s groundbreaking Independence At Home Demonstration (IAH) Demonstration, based on our practice’s reputation for clinical excellence and the sophistication of our electronic medical records and cloud-based practice management systems. Among the 16 participating practices, DMHC has the most successful in reducing unnecessary expenditures on emergency room visits and hospitalizations, and in reducing 30-day hospital readmissions. We were also the only practice to succeed in 6 out of 6 of the Demonstration’s demanding quality of care measures.
A Southern town with a New England village feel. The Village of Pinehurst covers 6,000 rolling acres with a picture-postcard historic downtown along with comfortable cottages. The Pinehurst Historic District earned the designation of National Historic Landmark in 1996 for its place in the history and development of American recreation as we know it, specifically golf. The Arboretum, which is outside of the historic district, ranks as a top spot for weddings, concerts, and family-friendly festivals. Pinehurst, located in an area known as "the Sandhills" in Moore County, is in south central North Carolina about 60 miles southwest of Raleigh, the state capital, and about 75 miles east of Charlotte.
The Pinehurst, Southern Pines, Aberdeen area may be known as the Home of American Golf, but it’s home to so much more than just the world’s finest and most legendary golf courses. Beyond the lush fairways and turtleback greens lies a region rich with historical treasures, fine dining, shopping and entertainment opportunities that you simply cannot find anywhere else. It’s a place where you can explore the natural beauty of the Sandhills one day then tour a historic Scottish-inspired village the next. It’s a place where relaxation is as attainable as exhilaration.
Get your blood pumping with a tandem sky dive, play some Disc Golf, or take a zipline tour over Carver's Falls. If history is your passion, then visit the Shaw House in Southern Pines, the Malcolm Blue Farm in Aberdeen or head up to Carthage to tour the House in the Horseshoe, site of a Revolutionary War battle. This home was built on a horseshoe bend in the Deep River and is still surrounded by farmland - the location is idyllic.
Open air and outdoor dining take a meal beyond its usual pleasure. This area’s mild climate makes opportunities aplenty for dining al fresco. Known for specialized cuisine, the Sandhills is home to some of the region’s most talented chefs. Venues vary from street side to back patio to garden and porch, spacious or quaint, adding a graceful dimension to dining for one, for two, or for groups large and small.
Stroll down our picturesque streets. The walkability of Southern Pines’ main thoroughfare makes it the perfect spot for a day of shopping. Both sides of Broad Street and several of the offshoots brim with energy, style, and most importantly, a fine arrangement of classic, contemporary, elegant and some fun and funky goods. Drop into Morgan Miller and Mockingbird on Broad. Aberdeen’s just down the road with its eclectic shops before a railroad backdrop. Find a piece of art available for purchase in the Artists’ League Studio, where you can join workshops and special events. In November, be on the lookout for the Sandhills Central Railroad Club train show.
We invite you to experience a region known as much for its championship golf as it is for its hospitality, cuisine, historical significance and outdoor adventures. We invite you to experience the Pinehurst, Southern Pines, Aberdeen area.