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Your health is your most important asset. You should entrust it only to the best professionals.
Treatment choices perfectly match your goals of treatment complications with early intervention.
All team members at Medical Center have been trained thoroughly to assist in any situation.
We work with most insurance companies or no insurance at all !
Our major areas of specialization include diabetes treatment, internal medicine, pediatrician, gynaecology, car accidents and on-site blood work.
We diagnose, monitor and prescribe medications for the management of diabetes.
We work with attorney offices and insurance companies to assess the health of patients involved in automotive accidents.
Our internists specialize in dealing with the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of adult diseases affecting particular organs or organ systems.
Providing medical care for children beginning at the age of 5 including children, and adolescents and continuing through adulthood.
(LabCorp & Quest Diagnostic)
In house quality blood work and lab testing
Coronary artery disease is caused by plaque buildup in the wall of the arteries that supply blood to the heart (called coronary arteries). Plaque is made up of cholesterol deposits. Plaque buildup causes the inside of the arteries to narrow over time. This process is called atherosclerosis.Read more
Families are continuing to adapt to the new normal of sheltering in place, social distancing, remote learning and work, to help slow the spread of the novel coronavirus (which causes COVID-19). Experts at Stanford Children’s Health have advice about how families can continue to help their children cope throughout this challenging period of time.Read more
Most parents are familiar with the ear-piercing scream of a child who has closed a finger in a door, smashed it under a brick, banged it with a hammer or slammed it beneath a skateboard. But most parents aren't quite sure exactly what medical attention, if any, is needed when fingers are smashed.Read more
Cuando su hijo u otro miembro de la familia tiene tos o resfriado, hay medidas que puede tomar que son extremadamente importantes además de lavarse las manos con frecuencia que pueden disminuir el riesgo de contagiar la infección a otras personas. Algunos expertos las llaman estrategias de higiene respiratoria y pueden ser muy eficaces si se siguen muy de cerca. Por ejemplo, para evitar que su hijo enfermo esparza las secreciones al aire, donde pueden terminar sobre otras personas o sobre los juguetes y otros objetos:Read more
Anemia happens when the number of healthy red blood cells in your body is too low. Red blood cells carry oxygen to all of the body’s tissues, so a low red blood cell count indicates that the amount of oxygen in your blood is lower than it should be.Read more
Current thinking about the source of migraine symptoms reflects advances in technology that help us see how the brain and nervous system work. Previously, the dilation and constriction of blood vessels in the head were thought to be the primary source of migraine pain, and early medications focused on the blood vessels as the principal target for treatment.
Clinical laboratorians provide information and services that contribute to maximizing the effective delivery of care in today's complex healthcare system by assuring that the correct test is performed on the right person, at the right time, producing accurate test results that enable providers to make the right diagnostic and therapeutic decisions using the right level of health care resources.Read more
IDB is a condition in which there is chronic or recurring inflammation of the gastrointestinal, or GI, tract. In a type of IBD called ulcerative colitis, the condition is limited to the colon, also known as the large intestine. In another type known as Crohn’s disease, the condition most commonly affects the small intestine and colon, but it can occur anywhere in the gastrointestinal tract.Read more
No matter the season, having a cold is never convenient. It’s even worse when your cold turns into a sinus infection. A sinus infection will stick around long after symptoms of an upper respiratory infection are gone. You might even know it’s a sinus infection because you get sinus infections frequently. Perhaps your doctor diagnosed your sinus infection after you just couldn’t seem to get better. After all, since almost 30 million Americans suffer from sinusitis, your doctor likely treats them a lot.Read more