95% of most medical conditions can be safely treated by a competent primary care provider. From sick visits to chronic medical conditions, your first visit for non-emergent medical care should be your primary provider.
Many times patients see different specialists, urgent care centers, holistic doctors without any of these entities talking to one another a patient can feel lost with differing opinions given to them. A primary care provider is their trusted companion who will put all this information together, give advice and be a custodian of records for future treatment needs which can avoid unnecessary worry and workups that were already done in the past.
Patients without a (PCP) are missing out on an important resource available to them
Acute Care Physicals (Same Day Appointments Available)
Regardless of age or stage of life, a yearly physical exam is essential for achieving ongoing health. Visiting a primary care provider for preventive care is an important factor in identifying and treating health issues before they get worse.
In House Phlebotomy
CBC In Office
In House Strep Testing
In House Influenza/ Other Viral Testing
Tympanogram (Ear Evaluation)
Blood Finger Testing For Glucose
Ankle Brachial Index (Test For Peripheral Vascular Disease Of Legs)
Arterial Leg Doppler
Venous Doppler Legs And Arms
Pylori Breath Test (Stomach Infection)
Echocardiogram (Heart Sonogram)
Carotid Doppler (Neck Arteries)
Abdominal Aorta Doppler
Pulmonary Function Testing
Thyroid/ Abdominal/ Pelvic Sonogram/ Scrotal/ Kidney Sonogram
Influenza/ Pneumonia Vaccines
Hepatitis B Vaccine
Hepatitis A Vaccine
Vitamin B12 Vaccine