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The Internal Medicine Department believes the best medicine is a trusting partnership between a doctor-led health care team and a patient. A Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) is a system of care in which a team of health care professionals work together to provide all of your health care needs.
Your primary care provider leads your care team, which may include residents, specialized doctors, nurses, medical assistants and other health care professionals. Our team acts as a coach to help you get healthy, stay healthy, and get the care and services that are right for you.
You are at the center of your care team.
St. Joseph’s Internal Medicine Department provides subspecialty services to men and women 18 years and older. Our team works in collaboration with referring physicians to provide comprehensive care for patients.
Our clinics include:
When you choose to be treated at St. Joseph’s, you are not only choosing the best care for you – but you are helping teach future physicians. Through our partnership with Creighton University School of Medicine and our Internal Medicine Residency Program, our faculty are teaching tomorrow’s doctors. As instructors, our physicians are up-to-date on the latest medical information and adept at treating complex cases. With our multiple specialties under one department, we can provide referrals easily to a number of specialists.
You can use the Dignity Health Online Patient Center to access your health information, manage your health records, communicate with your doctor and request appointments.
St. Joseph's Internal Medicine Department believes the best medicine is a trusting partnership between a doctor-led health care team and a patient.
St. Joseph’s Internal Medicine physicians work together to provide caring and comprehensive care for adults. From routine visits to specialized chronic disease management, our internal medicine doctors and sub-specialists are highly skilled to meet your unique needs.
To learn more or find an internal medicine specialist, call (602) 406-7564
For your convenience, we offer extended hours:
Monday – Thursday: 8 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Friday: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Saturday: 8 a.m. – noon, in the Peppertree Building
We are located in the McAuley Office Building on the campus of St. Joseph's, in Suites 900A/B.
A Hospitalist is a physician dedicated to the medical care to hospitalized patients. Hospitalists at St. Joseph's are referred to as Academic Hospitalists because they engage in clinical care along with teaching residents and medical students in the field of general hospital medicine.
This type of care is centered around patients and their families, to provide the best possible quality of life at any stage in the patient's illness. Palliative care can be provided alongside medical care for curing your illness, known as curative treatment.
St. Joseph's Pre-Admission Testing Center offers services to help prepare you for surgery.