Services We Provide

Primary Care

Primary care is an essential part of any health care system. Primary care is the level of a health services system that provides entry into the system for all new needs and problems, provides person-focused (not disease-oriented) care over time, provides care for all but very uncommon or unusual conditions, and coordinates or integrates care, regardless of where the care is delivered and who provides it. It is the means by which the two main goals of a health services system, optimization and equity of health status, are approached.

Epidural Anesthesia

Epidural anesthesia is the most popular method of pain relief during labor.

Vision Care

Primary eye care is the provision of appropriate, accessible, and affordable care that meets patients’ eye care needs in a comprehensive and competent manner. Primary eye care provides the patient with the first contact for eye care as well as a lifetime of continuing care. Primary eye care services are integrated to meet the needs of patients from a single source so patients receive quality, efficient eye care that is coordinated with general health care services.


An electrocardiogram is a record or display of a person’s heartbeat produced by electrocardiography.

Carotid Ultrasound

Carotid ultrasound is a painless imaging test that uses high-frequency sound waves to create pictures of the inside of your carotid arteries. This test uses an ultrasound machine, which includes a computer, a screen, and a transducer. The transducer is a handheld device that sends and receives sound waves.

Arterial Doppler for PVD

An arterial doppler is an ultrasound exam of the arteries located in your arms or legs. High frequency sound waves are used to obtain images of structures inside the body. Ultrasound imaging can help the radiologist see and evaluate arterial blockages, such as plaque in arteries.

Cardiac Echo

The test is also called echocardiography or diagnostic cardiac ultrasound. Quick facts. An echo uses sound waves to create pictures of your heart’s chambers, valves, walls and the blood vessels (aorta, arteries, veins) attached to your heart. A probe called a transducer is passed over your chest.

Abdominal Ultrasound

Abdominal ultrasound is a type of imaging test. It is used to look at organs in the abdomen, including the liver, gallbladder, spleen, pancreas, and kidneys. The blood vessels that lead to some of these organs, such as the inferior vena cava and aorta, can also be examined with ultrasound.

Pulmonary Function Testing

Pulmonary function tests are a broad range of tests that measure how well the lungs take in and exhale air and how efficiently they transfer oxygen into the blood. Spirometry measures how well the lungs exhale.

Nerve Conduction Studies

A nerve conduction study (NCS), also called a nerve conduction velocity (NCV) test–is a measurement of the speed of conduction of an electrical impulse through anerve. NCS can determine nerve damage and destruction.


Spirometry is a common office test used to assess how well your lungs work by measuring how much air you inhale, how much you exhale and how quickly you exhale. Spirometry is used to diagnose asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and other conditions that affect breathing.

Bone Density for Osteoporosis

A bone density test is the only test that can diagnose osteoporosis before a broken bone occurs. This test helps to estimate the density of your bones and your chance of breaking a bone. NOF recommends a bone density test of the hip and spine by a central DXA machine to diagnose osteoporosis. DXA stands for dual energy x-ray absorptiometry.

Thyroid Ultrasound

A Thyroid ultrasound uses sound waves to produce pictures of the thyroid gland within the neck. It does not use ionizing radiation and is commonly used to evaluate lumps or nodules found during a routine physical or other imaging exam.

Diabetic Polyneuropathy screening

Diabetic Polyneuropathy is a disorder involving a number of nerves, a long-term complication of diabetes mellitus. Central nervous system,autonomic, and peripheral nerves may be affected. Neuropathic ulcers commonly develop on the feet.

Coumadin Clinic Protimes

Insulin Pumps

IV Infusion

Intravenous therapy is the infusion of liquid substances directly into a vein. Intravenous (IV) means “within vein”.

CGM – Continuous Glucose Monitoring

Continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) is a small wearable device that tracks your glucose throughout the day and night, notifying you of highs and lows so you can take action.

Full Laboratory Onsite

Sleep Studies

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