Our practice is a team of 14 physicians, as well as advanced practitioners, physical therapists, nurses, a diabetes educator, and support staff who together make it their goal to provide exceptional primary medical care.

Our Approach

We intend for the relationships with our patients to span their lifetimes, with a focus on prevention, health, wellness and disease management.

Our Methodology

In addition to exemplary diagnostic and treatment services, our practice offers patients on-site laboratory services, X-ray, physical therapy, diabetic education and weight management, as well as allergy testing and treatment.

Our Patient Portal

Our new Athena Health patient portal is now available.  Please contact our office to request access.  An e-mail invitation can be sent by one of our staff members.

  • Request appointments
  • Request prescription renewals
  • Ask clinical questions
  • Pay your bill online
  • Ask billing questions
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November is Diabetic Eye Disease Awareness Month

November 14, 2022

Anyone with diabetes is at risk for developing diabetic eye disease.  Eye health is an important reason for diabetics to keep their blood glucose, blood pressure, and cholesterol within normal levels.  There are three primary ways that diabetes affects your eyes:  Cataracts – clouding of the eye lens Diabetic Retinopathy – damage to blood vessels […]

Jennifer LongComments are off for this post.

Hearing Loss

November 1, 2022

Hearing loss is a common disorder that has a significant impact on quality of life.  Its prevalence increases with age, with the vast majority occurring in older adults.  Age related hearing loss, or presbycusis, is a common cause.  Hearing loss is associated with higher rates of depression and dementia, resulting in decreased quality of life.  […]

Robert C. Alley, MDComments are off for this post.

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October 3, 2022

As this year passes by quickly, it is hard to believe it is already October.  As many of you may be aware, October is breast cancer awareness month.  Breast cancer is one of the most common cancers in women, but it is very diagnosable and treatable.  Over the years, there has been significant improvement in […]

Larry C. Brakebill, MD, FACPComments are off for this post.