Doctors are not only needed for when you're sick but also an advocate in keeping you healthy! Most insurance plans cover an Annual Wellness visit each year at no cost to the patient. This also can include common vaccines that prevent certain diseases like influenza. As always, we recommend you check with your insurance carrier to confirm coverage.
If you are one of the many who deal with a chronic illness or health issue, our providers can help you develop an action plan utilizing the latest in healthcare technology and pharmaceutical research to make your condition easier to manage.
Those little bugs...
We strive to keep our patients healthy always, but there are those times when you're not feeling too well and you suspect you've caught something. Our office has same day appointments for your emergent needs or you can schedule an appointment at your convenience anytime you have a health concern.
For over 50 years, our practice has kept families happy and healthy...including your new additions and their siblings. We offer guidance for keeping kids in tip-top shape from birth to high school graduation and beyond. Our providers can help parents with understanding their child's development, ways to protect them from common diseases and keep them safe.
For those in their Golden Years, remaining active can come with its own aches and pains. Our staff will help make the best of your retirement years by providing you guidance on best practices to keep you feeling young again.
Men and women often have different medical needs. Our practice provides specialized services for women that include gynecological exams, breast checks, and advice on birth control.
What is a Family Doctor?
A family doctor is a doctor who takes care of the whole family, from infants to the elderly. Family doctors create caring relationships with patients and their families; they take the time to get to know their patients. Family doctors listen to their patients and help them make the right health care decisions.
Family doctors take care of the physical, mental, and emotional health of both their patients and their patients’ families. They know your family’s health history and how it could affect you. They are trained to care for you through all the stages of your life. Family doctors are trained in all areas of medicine; they can diagnose and treat the full range of problems people bring to their doctors. They know when to treat you, and, if necessary, when to bring in another specialist you can trust.
Family doctors are also specially trained in preventive medicine. They believe that preventing a health problem is better than having to overcome one. Family doctors help you make the right health choices to keep you and your family healthy.