Matthew Wells, APRN Joins Mosaic Life Care Team at Parkville Commons

Parkville, Missouri (November 27, 2012) – Mosaic Life Care, the physician-­?led life care company in the northland has selected Matthew Wells, APRN to join the team as a Family Nurse Practitioner at the Parkville Commons location in Parkville, Missouri located at 6185 Jefferson Avenue, Parkville, Mo.

Matthew Wells, APRN grew up in Belton, Mo. and attended the Mid-­?America Nazarene University and the University of Missouri-­?Kansas City schools of nursing. Residing now in Independence, Mo., Wells decided to join Mosaic Life Care because he was excited about joining and helping establish a new concept to health care.

“When I meet new patients, I want them to know that I will go above and beyond to help them achieve their health goals,” said Wells.

“We are so excited to have Matthew as a part of the Mosaic team,” said James Day, DO, Medical Director for Mosaic Life Care at Parkville Commons, “The passion he has for medicine and his dedication to encouraging each patient to live life well is aligned to the Mosaic mission and values.”

To make an appointment with Matthew Wells, APRN, call 800-­447-6820. Or to learn more about Mosaic Life Care or other Life Care locations, visit www.mymosaiclifecare.org or contact Amy Owens at amy.owens@mymosaiclifecare.org.

About Mosaic Life Care Mosaic Life Care is a physician-­?led life care company that is introducing a new kind of health care. At the Mosaic Life Care centers, patients can receive primary and urgent care among many specialties and surgeries all under one roof. We’ve also redefined health care into life care, helping each patient create a life plan and reach goals tied to health, lifestyle, career, spirituality, and many others.

Mosaic Life Care is backed by the clinical quality at Heartland Health. As a member of the Mayo Clinic Care Network, our physicians have the opportunity to seek Mayo Clinic expertise. Mayo Clinic and Mosaic Life Care share a common philosophy, commitment and mission to improve the delivery of care.

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