to learn more about chronic diseases that we have been tracking with our patient population! We also have some great graphs that track our performance that will be continually updated!
Should you go to the emergency room or call your doctor?
Ear infections, fevers and ankle sprains don’t often happen at convenient times, so knowing where to go for your medical care is important. read more
Medical Release Form
Download our Medical Release Form here
If you find a tick on you or your pet
- There is no need to panic. Not all ticks are infected, and, in most cases, in order to transmit Lyme disease, the infected tick must be attached for at least 24 hours.
- Using a pair of pointed tweezers, grasp the tick by the head or mouthparts right where they enter the skin. DO NOT grasp the tick by the body. Without jerking, pull firmly and steadily outward.
- If you develop a rash that grows, does not itch and is not painful, call our office. Other signs include tiredness, fever, and joint pain.
For more info go to: http://www.cdc.gov/lyme/toolkit/
Why do we ask you to bring in your medication each time we see you?
You may see a variety of health care providers—specialists, optometrists, dentists, allergists, and others, or you may visit an Emergency Room and your medications may have changed.