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  • Family and Internal Medicine

Family and Internal Medicine

Family and Internal Medicine

Family Medicine

Family medicine or family practice doctors are dedicated to helping you and your family maintain or improve your physical health and well-being. Preventive health, wellness and patient education are important parts of family medicine. Patients are encouraged to take an active and responsible role in their health care.

Below is a listing of common services offered by family medicine doctors. If you are interested in other services, the doctor will discuss your individual needs.

  • Adult, adolescent, pediatric office care
  • Comprehensive physical examinations
  • Gynecologic exams and Pap smears
  • Care for episodic illness or minor problems
  • Continuous care for chronic problems
  • Immunizations
  • Throat cultures
  • EKGs
  • Allergy treatment
  • Minor surgery (including removal of small growths and suturing lacerations)
  • Vision screenings  
  • Well-baby and well-child care
  • Blood pressure, weight monitoring and follow-up
  • Treatment of work-related injuries
  • Lab studies
  • School and sports physicals
  • Diabetes management
  • Asthma care
  • Hypertension screening and care
  • Other routine medical care
  • Hospital care of adults, children, newborns  

If you need a family medicine doctor, see Find a Doctor or St. Luke's Physician Group.


Internal Medicine

An internal medicine doctor specializes in the care of adults. The emphasis is on preventative care and disease management. General and specialty care can include:

  • Internal medicine
  • Breathing and lung disorders (pulmonology)
  • Heart disorders (cardiology
  • Bone, muscle and joint disorders (orthopedics)
  • Digestive disorders (gastroenterology)  
  • Brain and nerve disorders (neurology)
  • Kidney, bladder and urinary disorders (nephrology)
  • Cancer (oncology)
  • Gland and hormone disorders (endocrinology)
  • Critical care 

If you need a internal medicine doctor, see Find a Doctor or St. Luke's Physician Group.