PEDIATRIC AND INTERNAL MEDICINE SERVICES
We specialize in general medical care for all ages and stages of life.
- Pediatric and Adult Wellness Visits
- Sports Physicals
- Pre-procedure physicals
- Newborn Hospital Care
- Common Cold
- Eczema and other skin conditions
- Gastrointestinal Disorders
- Gynecologic Care
- High Blood Pressure
- High Cholesterol
- Minor Surgical procedures
- Sexual health and wellness
- Sports Injuries
- Anxiety and Depression
- Erectile dysfunction
QUESTIONS FOR YOUR DOCTOR OR OUR STAFF
You may utilize our patient portal to send a protected message or question directly to the doctor or nurse. These messages are stored in your patient chart and are a convenient way to communicate non-emergent concerns or questions.
Expectant mothers who plan to deliver at Saint Francis Hospital need only to notify their nurse prior to delivery. The hospital will notify our office so that we know to come and meet your newest little one at the hospital. If you deliver at another hospital, your infant will be seen by a provider that is on staff at that hospital. Make sure that you request a summary of your baby’s hospitalization to bring to your first follow-up appointment at our office.
Patients requiring hospitalization will be cared for in the hospital by a hospital-based physician. Patients should notify hospital physicians of their primary care provider’s contact information so that pertinent information from hospitalizations can be forwarded to our office and allow for the best possible care.
Calls made after-hours to medical providers should be limited to urgent medical needs. Medication refills can be requested during regular office hours and you should allow at least 24 hours for routine requests. After-hours clinics are available in our area. For medical emergencies, call 911.
BRING THE FOLLOWING ITEMS TO YOUR APPOINTMENT
- Photo ID
- Insurance Card
- Current Medication Bottles
- Discharge Papers, If Recently Hospitalized