Internal Medicine


The kidney’s connected to the liver. The liver’s connected to the bladder. The bladder’s connected to the pancreas. And so on. The fact is our organs and systems are not independent, but interconnected in a very complex web. And that’s why there’s a specialty of a medicine called internal medicine. An internist is the doctor who looks at your body in its entirety – a specialist in diagnostics, long-term care, preventative medicine and more. He or she alone is often best able to manage the treatment of ongoing illnesses like hormonal problems, anemia, infections and more. With this kind of expertise, it’s no wonder patients over the age of 50 often see an internist as their primary physician.

PROCEDURES/SERVICES (Including, but not limited to)

  • Immunization
  • Preventive care
  • Patient education
  • Chronic illnesses and disorders
  • Substance abuse
  • General medicine
  • Geriatric care





Internal Medicine Providers