Outer Cape Health Services Announces Two New Clinicians

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Outer Cape Health Services (OCHS) has added Dr. Philip Way, and Family Nurse Practitioner Tara B. Hart to its clinical team. 

Way is seeing patients at the organization’s Wellfleet community health center while Hart is practicing at OCHS’ Harwich Port health center.

Way is a board-certified family medicine physician and a graduate of the University of South Carolina School of Medicine. He completed his residency at Greenville Health System in 2013 in South Carolina. Prior to moving to the Outer Cape, he worked a decade as a primary care physician for PRISMA Health, South Carolina’s largest nonprofit health system. He also served as a clinical assistant professor with the University of South Carolina’s School of Medicine in Greenville.

Dr. Philip Way

Way places an emphasis on preventive care and maintaining quality physician-patient communication and excels at managing chronic conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure and COPD.

Hart is a board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner with a master’s degree from Simmons University of Health Sciences in Boston. Most recently, she served four years as a Neurology Nurse Practitioner with Cape Cod Healthcare specializing in headache, memory disorders, stroke, neuropathy and movement disorders. She completed part of her Family Nurse Practitioner Clinical Rotation with Duffy Health Center in Hyannis.

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Nurse Practitioner Tara B. Hart

A resident of the Lower Cape, Hart provides a holistic approach to caring for patients and their families that incorporates mind and body. She encourages healthy lifestyle choices and practices to promote health and achieve the best quality of life.