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 patient portal is now available. Click here for access to Follow My Health:

  • Request appointments
  • Request prescription renewals
  • Ask clinical questions
  • Pay your bill online
  • Ask billing questions
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Whooping Cough Vaccine

December 5, 2019

If you are pregnant or a new baby is coming into your extended family, you have probably heard about the whooping cough vaccine, known as Tdap.  This vaccine protects against tetanus, diphtheria and whooping cough (pertussis).  This is very similar to the DaPT  vaccine series we give infants, but serves a slightly different purpose for […]

Amy Bentley, MD, FACPComments are off for this post.

National Diabetes Month

November 26, 2019

November is National Diabetes month.  This is the time of year individuals, healthcare providers and communities come together to bring attention to diabetes and its impact on millions of lives.   Currently, there are 30 million Americans that have diabetes and there are another 84 million people who are at risk of developing diabetes. This year […]

Katherine Geoghagan, RD, LDN, CDEComments are off for this post.

Not So Sweet

August 15, 2019

The widespread promotion of low-fat diets in the late 1900’s has increased the dietary proportion of carbohydrates.  Unfortunately, since that time, the incidence of obesity and diabetes has continued to rise.  In addition, the current consumption of sugar is out of control-especially considering that the average male should consume the equivalent of 9 teaspoons of […]

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