Primary Care

  • Obtain medical histories and perform physical examinations.
  • Diagnose and treat acute health problems such as infections and injuries.
  • Diagnose, treat and monitor chronic diseases such as diabetes and high blood pressure.
  • Prescribe medications and other treatments.
  • Order, perform and interpret diagnostic studies such as lab work and x- rays.
  • Provide family planning.
  • Provided health maintenance care, including annual physicals.
  • Promote positive health behavior and self-care skills through education.
  • Collaborate with health professionals as needed.

Adolescent Primary Care

While traditional primary care physicians play a unique role in addressing an adolescent’s physical needs, we recognize the importance of integrating mental health services into your child’s primary care. This integration promotes social and emotional development, and our providers assume greater responsibility for the coordination of patient care, playing a critical role in the screening and ongoing management of a child’s emotional and behavioral problems. Our services include preventative care, general medical care, diagnosis and treatment of illnesses, and continued for more severe and chronic conditions.