We provide a range of services including Preventative Care, Pediatrics, Obstetrics, Procedures, Diabetic Education, and on-site Lab services.

A family physician is a doctor who takes care of your whole family. Family physicians create caring relationships with patients and their families. They really get know their patients. They listen to them and help them make the right health care decisions.
Family physicians take care of the physical, mental, and emotional health of their patients and their families. They know how your family’s health history can affect you. They are trained to care for you through all the stages of your life. Family physicians are trained in all areas of medicine. They diagnose and treat the full range of problems people bring to their doctors. They know when to treat you, and when to bring in another specialist you can trust.
Family physicians know the most current treatments and technologies. Only family physicians train for 3 years in real practice settings, treating patients in the office, the hospital, and at home. And they re-certify more than any other medical specialty. Family physicians also continue to educate themselves. This allows them to apply the latest medical breakthroughs to the everyday care of their patients.
Family physicians are specially trained in preventive medicine. They believe that preventing a health problem is better than having to overcome one. They help you make the right health choices to keep you and your family healthy.
A Family Practice ARNP is a licensed healthcare professional with extensive clinical experience and training, who provides services similar to those of a doctor, and has been board-certified by the AANP in the specialty of Family Practice. They diagnose and treat a wide range of health problems, with a focus on health promotion, disease prevention, health education and counseling.
A Family Practice PA-C is a licensed healthcare professional that has been board certified by the NCCPA in the specialty of Family Practice. They have completed extensive coursework and training at an accredited school. Certified PAs are able to practice autonomy in their decision-making while working under the supervision of a licensed physician. PAs are trained to provide diagnostic, therapeutic, and preventive health care services to their patients. They take medical histories, examine and treat patients, and diagnose illnesses, as well as prescribe medication and perform minor in-office surgery.