Our primary care physicians build relationships that last a lifetime.
Family medicine doctors are committed to building ongoing relationships with every member of the family, making visiting your doctor for wellness checkups more convenient. From preventive immunizations and vaccines to overseeing care when you're sick, we've got the entire family covered no matter the concern.
Internal medicine is a specialty concerned with the diagnosis, management and nonsurgical treatment of unusual or serious diseases. Our internal medicine practitioners are trained in a variety of subspecialties and offer comprehensive care to treat chronic or persisting conditions.
We recognize that children aren't simply small adults. Our team of compassionate, highly qualified doctors and nurses provides children with routine and advanced medical care that is friendly and reassuring. Because children change so rapidly, and because there are many factors that can affect their development, we believe in the value of parents developing a comfortable, trusting relationship with their pediatrician, so that we can be there every step of the way, helping to ensure children reach their full potential.
Our team of highly qualified doctors and nurses provides patients with routine and advanced medical care that is friendly and reassuring. Many of our providers are now available for scheduled video visits.
Mercy Medical Group is honored to be recognized by NCQA as a Patient-Centered Medical Home (or PCMH). Simply put, it is a strategy for keeping patients healthy instead of just treating them when they are sick. Your physician leads your care team of nurse practitioners and physician assistants (APPs), and other essential medical professionals. This team will coordinate care for all aspects of your health across the different care settings-outpatient, inpatient and nursing home, if necessary. Our team includes:
Being proactive about your health today leads to a healthier, more productive tomorrow. Our primary care physicians building lasting relationships with their patients to help prevent diseases before they start. We do this through:
At various stages of life, it's important to schedule preventative health screenings to know if you're at risk. Talk to your primary care doctor about when you should schedule routine health screenings based on your family history and personal makeup. These screenings may include: