Our areas of practice include general Medicine, wellness care for the evaluation and treatment of obesity, substance abuse, and more.

Primary & preventive care is our first line of defense

Some of the healthcare procedures that we perform include treating coughing and bronchitis, earaches and sinusitis, sore throats, STD evaluation and treatment, drug testing, allergic reaction, mild asthma attacks, hypertension & diabetes, TB tests, vitamin B12 shots, physical exams (school, work, immigration, and DMV physicals) woman’s health checkups (pap smear tests), and more.

Exams

  • Prescription Refills
  • Sick Office Visit
  • Physical Exams
  • Work Physical
  • School Physical
  • Sport Physical

CDL Licenses

  • Medical Evaluation
  • Urine Test
  • Medical Card Validation (valid for 2 years after the exam)
  • Drivers with certain medical conditions will receive a medical card valid up to 1 year

Woman Health Package

  • Physical Exam
  • Medication Prescription
  • Breast Exam
  • Pap Smear Test
  • HPV Screening
  • Urine Test

New Patient Establishment

  • Primary Care Services
  • Preventative Care
  • Chronic Condition Monitoring
  • Lifestyle Advice
  • Medication Prescription
  • Medical Exam

Laboratory Services - 60% OFF

Fasting Labs:

If your physician has scheduled you for lab work and tells you to fast, please follow these instructions the evening before your scheduled appointment with the laboratory:

  • Do not eat anything after your evening meal.
  • Do not drink anything except water.
  1. Take advantage of our always low fees, we have a single panel starting at $35.00.
  2. The complete panel now includes CBC, CMP, Lipid, Hemoglobin A1c, TSH or PSA.
  3. For patients joining the weight loss program, the full panel is available at a reduced fee.

Preventive medicine could save your life. Annual screening is recommended to avoid diseases as diabetes type 2 and cardiovascular diseases as the result of high cholesterol or triglycerides.

 

COMMON QUESTIONS:

What Is Fasting and Do I Need to Fast?
When the doctor orders certain tests, you may be told to fast for several hours before the test or overnight.

What Is Fasting?
Fasting is when you consume no food or drinks, with the exception of water, for a set period of time. It’s important to drink plenty of water, not just because you’re not eating, but because it’s easier to draw blood from your veins when you’re well hydrated.

Why Fasting Is Necessary?
The nutrients in the food and beverages you consume are absorbed into your bloodstream and could impact factors measured by certain tests. Tests to determine your lipid levels (cholesterol, triglycerides, and HDL) usually require fasting. You also will be told to fast before glucose testing.

Other tests may also require fasting. If you don’t fast, or fast for a shorter time than prescribed, your tests could give inaccurate results, meaning that you’ll likely have to repeat the test. If you think fasting is going to be a problem for you, please discuss it with your healthcare provider.

How Long Must I Fast?
Generally, before a lipid or a glucose tolerance test, you’ll be told to fast for eight hours. However, the doctor may advise you differently. Always follow instructions to be in compliance.

Continue to Take Medications
Be sure to take your usual medications unless told otherwise by the doctor. If you’re taking vitamin/mineral supplements, ask whether you should continue to take those as well.

Breaking Your Fast
As soon as you’ve had your blood drawn, you’ll probably want to eat and drink something. It’s a good idea to bring along a snack so that you can do so as soon as possible. Schedule your blood test for the early morning to minimize the length of time you’ll have to go without food.