Quality Primary Care

At FDL Primary Care Clinic, we pride ourselves in being the best at what we do.Our clinic provides easy and efficient preventative screenings in person or right from the comforts of your home with telemedicine. The best way to enjoy your life as you age is the take care of yourself by seeing your primary care physician at least once per year. Most ailments, if discovered early can prevent future complications or death.

Things To Acquire Before your visit

Family History

Ask your mother, father, and siblings about their medical history. Especially inquire about those family members who have died at a young age. This information is vital to your primary care provider. This information guides us on what to screen for when you become part of the FDL primary care family.

Current Medications

Always know your medications and why you are taking them. Some medications may interact with foods or may require surveillance due to known side effects. ⁃For example: If you are taking Lisinopril your Renal function should be checked at least every 3-6 months.

Surgical History

Whether your visit to the ER turned into a visit to the Operating room or if it was a planned procedure. Your primary care physician needs to know about it. The more we know, the better we can take care of you.

Why do I need a primary care provider? The urgent care is quick and easy..

As a board-certified family medicine physician, I have had the honor of working at all three-access points to immediate care: The ER, Urgent Care, Clinic. Although urgent care centers or remote Telehealth appointments are quick and easy, you may be seeing multiple providers who only have one piece of your story at that moment in time. Having a primary care physician that does a thorough history and physical exam allows your provider to put all your medical history together. This allows us to best assess and address your current ailments and screen for future problems that may arise due to genetic and lifestyle choices.
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Having a Primary Care Doctor can save time and your life

An established relationship with your primary care doctor can save you time in the ER or Urgent care waiting room. A provider that knows your history can easily collect labs and empirically treat your symptoms until your lab results
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Conclusion

There is no single test that screens for all ailments. Your medical history and physical exam are the most important aspects of your annual exam. The more you know about your health, the better your doctor can help you to maintain your functionality as you age.

Urgent Care

Do you have a runny nose or just don’t feel well? Call or request a fast and easy appointment online. Our in-person and Telehealth appointments offer fast and efficient care when you need it the most.