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Family medicine is a branch of medicine designed to provide basic healthcare to all the members of a family - all ages, genders, diseases, and parts of the body.

Internal medicine specialists are experts in complexity. They specialize in adult medicine  and are specially trained to solve diagnostic problems, manage severe long-term illnesses, and help patients with multiple, complex chronic conditions. 

  • Preventive and Acute Medical Care

  • COVID Testing, Vaccinations, and Boosters

  • Health Screenings, Assessments, and Counseling

  • Chronic disease management, such as diabetes and high blood pressure

  • School, Sports, and Employment Physicals

  • Child and Adult Immunizations

  • Pediatric Care

  • Urgent Care/Same-Day Visits

  • Women’s Health and Family Planning

  • Prenatal & postpartum care

  • STI/HIV Screening, Treatment, and Counseling

  • Confidential Teen Visits

  • Tobacco Cessation Program

  • Behavioral Health Assessments, Treatment, and/or Referral

  • Substance Use Treatment

  • Health Education and Wellness Programs

  • Referrals for Specialty Care

  • Advanced Care Planning

  • Cancer screening

  • Hepatitis C evaluation and treatment

  • Labs & imaging

  • Minor office procedures, such as

    • Mole removal

    • Wound care

    • Stitches/sutures

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