Privia Medical Group | Gulf Coast Texas

Privia Medical Group – Gulf Coast was formed in 2016, when seven independent practices came together to change healthcare to what it ought to be. Privia is one of the highest performing and fastest growing medical groups in the country. Privia Medical Group was built to empower independent physicians to succeed in the shift to value-based care.

Since inception, Privia Medical Group – Gulf Coast has expanded to more than 250 providers in over 60 locations.

Physicians in Control

Putting providers in the driver's seat of the healthcare delivery system again.

Healthier Patients

Enabling providers to spend more time giving quality care to patients, not filling out forms.

Financial Success

Access to economic and business resources that take practices to a new level.

Maintain Your Independence

Practice medicine the way you choose, while being protected by something larger.

WHY JOIN PRIVIA?
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If you've got two minutes, check out this video. You'll hear how we're putting physician's back in the driver's seat and bringing more value to our patients and practices.

Privia Medical Group – Gulf Coast Texas Leadership

Mark Cone, MD President, Privia Medical Group – Gulf Coast Texas
“Privia physicians are united in providing lower cost, higher quality care to patients and the network of Privia physicians is growing everyday.”
Keith Fernandez, MD National Chief Clinical Officer
“Privia has found fast success in the Gulf Coast because we are a physician-led group with a depth in healthcare expertise that I believe is unequal in the country. Together, we are making a real difference.”
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UPDATES FROM GULF COAST

Privia Medical Group – Gulf Coast Texas Launches in Houston

Dr. Mark Cone Serving as President
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Top Physician Executive of Nation’s #1 ACO Joins Privia Health

Keith Fernandez, MD, former CMO of Houston-based Memorial Hermann ACO, to help further extend Privia’s population health success.
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