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Live a healthier life

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Focus on functionality

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Comprehensive care

Internal Medicine

We help patients maintain their functionality and quality of life. However, in order to do that we have to be thinking about more than simply managing ailments. Our goal is to treat you, not just your disease.

Internal Medicine providers specialize in internal organs like:





You are not your disease

Whether you have a new health concern or something you have been dealing with long term, Internal Medicine providers aim to prevent, diagnose, and treat adult diseases.

Prevention and treatment focused

We know you are looking to live a healthier life, which is why we focus on prevention and treatment. We take into consideration what is important to you, as well as how you are feeling and functioning. You are not your disease. You are a person who happens to have a disease.

Internal Medicine providers treat short and long term illnesses:

  • Respiratory Care
  • Heart Health
  • Diet, Exercise and Nutrition
  • Disease Prevention
  • Gastrointestinal Care
  • High Blood Pressure
  • High Cholesterol
  • Diabetes
  • Blood Disorders
  • Endocrine Issues

Internal Medicine services:

  • Annual Check-ups
  • Immunizations
  • Flu Shots
  • Bone density screening
  • Stress Test
  • Heart Monitoring
  • Ultrasound
  • Administer Medications
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When should people go to their provider?

  1. Annual preventive care
  2. Not feeling well
  3. Chronic conditions

What population does Internal Medicine see?

[ Internists see adults 18 and older. ]

People tend to think of older populations when they think of internal medicine providers, as they are
typically seen when they learn they have a chronic disease.

As we age, chronic diseases tend to present themselves. Many patients tend to be in the geriatric population. Chronic diseases could include, Diabetes, COPD, hypertension, elevated cholesterol, heart disease, kidney issues, endocrine issues, blood disorders, and even infectious diseases.

Internists treat short and long-term illnesses, provide comprehensive care and manage both common and complex diseases.

Meet our Internal Medicine provider