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We believe that no matter how big an institution we belong to, family medicine care is based on personal relationships.
We strive for these six important C’s of primary care:
Let us be the first place you turn to.
We develop long-term relationships with our patients.
Almost all of the time, we will be able to help you directly.
When needed, we coordinate referrals to specialists.
It’s important we understand your health concerns within the context of your life circumstances.
We practice evidence-based medicine.
Now you can make appointments on short notice and be seen the same day or within a couple days.
This secure online tool allows you to view your personal health record, communicate with your clinic, request appointments and receive important health reminders.
Our electronic medical records system allows us to be “paperless.” We can electronically order prescriptions and refills, send orders directly to the lab or radiology department, and make referrals to specialists. It provides us with a way to track your care throughout our Health System so we can deliver the best and most coordinated care possible.
Obstetrical services are available in all three offices.
Our Sports Medicine physicians are available to address and treat your musculoskeletal and orthopedic problems.
For patients with certain chronic diseases and conditions, such as diabetes, we offer small group appointments to help them work toward better management of their health condition or disease.
This new model of care involves bringing together a multidisciplinary team of health professionals to develop the best approach for treating chronic illnesses. Patients also play a more active role in managing their own chronic illnesses.
With the assistance of our Skaggs School of Pharmacy faculty, students and residents, we can now offer assistance to patients with complex medication lists who are having difficulties with side effects, costs or just being able to manage their medications regularly and safely.
Our therapists can provide therapy for common mental health concerns and can help patients make behavioral changes in order to better manage chronic health conditions.
We want all of our patients to improve their health, not just those who decide to come and see us on a particular day. We will try to look out for you even when you aren’t visiting us. This means reminders for preventive services like cancer screening and immunizations, updates about current or new medications, and health information resources.
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