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Preventive Care

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Geriatric Care

Older adults are known to be more susceptible to experience multiple serious and chronic health conditions that require special care and attention.

Geriatric care may involve:

  • Regular visits with increased attention and screening for chronic or serious health issues.

  • Regular check-ups and follow-up appointments with a geriatric specialist, particularly if there are signs of cognitive decline.

  • Education and discussion about how to maintain good health as we age

  • Discussion of adopting their life or environment to help with the impacts of aging such as using a cane or walker, or even modifications to the home to mitigate the impact of stairs, or other areas that could be risky for a fall.

  • Coordination of care with other specialists


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Women's Care
  • Regular pap smears, as well as regular health screenings for cervical, breast, or other types of female-specific cancer

  • Sexual health care and education, including treatments for STDs

  • Screening for and management of chronic health conditions impacting women

  • Routine breast exams and managing breast conditions

  • Diagnosing and managing menstrual cycle problems

  • Annual pelvic exams

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Comprehensive Primary Care
  • Wellness Exams and Physicals

  • Adult Preventive Medicine

  • Injections and Immunizations

  • Diabetes Diagnosis and Treatment

  • Minor In-office Procedures

  • In-Office EKG and Spirometry Testing

  • Treatment of Acute Illnesses

  • Management of Chronic Conditions

  • Coordinating complex care with Specialists

  • Women’s healthcare including Pap smears, Menopause and Gynecologic services

  • On-site Laboratory Services

  • Point of Care Testing

  • On site PT/INR check

  • Ear lavage

  • Routine wound care

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