History

Dr. William (Bill) Mills originally founded Mills Medical Practices twelve years ago.  The medical house calls group quickly became a leader in providing high quality, home-based primary care to NE Ohio seniors. The group presented its care model and outcomes at many local, regional and national meetings while it continued to grow and stay focused on providing compassionate, quality care.  In 2013, the group partnered with Kindred Healthcare, and was rebranded as Kindred House Calls.  The group grew outside of NE Ohio, to also serve patients in greater Cincinnati, Dayton and Northern Kentucky.  On January 1, 2019, Mills acquired back his former group, Mills Medical Practices (now known as Western Reserve Medical Group). With outstanding physicians, advance practice clinicians and clinical and administrative support staff, the group is delighted to locally support Ohio patients in need once again.

Our Mission

The mission of Western Reserve Medical Group is to provide high quality, compassionate medical house calls to seniors and others that find traveling to a medical office challenging.

Experience and Professionalism

Our group of board-certified physicians and licensed nurse practitioners, physicians assistants, and nursing staff is one of the most experienced medical house calls groups in the U.S.

Integrated Care

Our approach is to listen to our patients and their caregivers.  Once we understand the patients goals, we help affect a plan that integrates all the medical, emotional, social and care needs into support both during and “in-between” medical visits.

Home-Based Medical Care

Medical house calls enable patients with chronic medical conditions and functional impairments to receive high quality care at home.  Nearly one trillion dollars per year is spent on the healthcare of people with multiple chronic conditions and functional impairment.  Home-based medical care provides a high quality, cost-effective care model that can help patients and families while keeping costs lower.