Are You a Fit for CPPP?

Ask yourself these questions and if the answer is yes to any of them then our program is right for you.

1.  Have I been diagnosed with a chronic disease?

2.  Am I confused about my diagnosis? Do I need help and don’t know where to get it?

3.  Have I missed doctor appointments because I had no way of getting there?

4.  Have I called 911 because I had no other way of seeing a physician?

5.  Have I failed to take my medicine because I didn’t have a way to get it and I didn’t understand what it was for?

6.  Am I not eating right because I don’t know what I am supposed to eat?

7.  Do I wish that I had someone to help me?

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Community Paramedics provide non-emergency care to the citizens of Pasquotank County and Camden County.  The goal of the group is to connect all Pasquotank County and Camden County citizens to primary health services, thereby decreasing their reliance on 911 for primary care. In addition, the team provides specialized assistance for medically complicated patients in their homes in order to reduce preventable ambulance transports.

What Does CPPP do?

  • Medication management

  • Assistance obtaining primary and specialty care services for chronic medical conditions

  • Patient education

  • Insurance navigation referrals

  • Mental and behavioral health referrals

  • Placement assistance for rehab or long-term care

  • Home safety inspections and referral for modifications

  • Treatment of some conditions at home

  • Assistance in obtaining transportation

  • Food and utility assistance referrals

Community Partnership Paramedicine Program

1144-C N Road Street

Elizabeth City, NC  27909

Phone: 252.335.1524 Ext. 5005

Fax: 252.335.2560

Typical Patient Schedule

The program is free for Pasquotank and Camden County residents.

Providing community healthcare this way is economical, provides appropriate care and improves resident experience.

Week 1   Home Visit (up to 3)

  1. Enrollment into program

  2. Identify critical needs

  3. Wellness Check

Week 2    Home Visit (up to 3)

  1. Follow up on identified needs

  2. Resource referral(s)

  3. Compliance education

  4. Wellness Check

Week 3   Home Visit (up to 2)

  1. Nutrition education

  2. Wellness Check

  3. Resource referral(s) follow-up

Week 4   Home Visit (up to 2)

  1. Compliance follow-up

  2. Wellness Check

Week 5   Home Visit (1)

  1. Wellness Check

Week 6   Home Visit (1)

  1. Wellness Check

Week 7   Home Visit (1)

  1. Wellness Check

Week 8   Home Visit (1)

  1. Wellness Check/Graduation


The "File of Life" program allows individuals to provide medical information in advance that can be used by EMS in the case of an emergency. The program consists of a file labeled with a "File of Life" sticker, inside the file is placed a medical form which has been filled out stating the health status of the individual and current medications being taken. The file is placed in an accessible location.