Health Maintenance
Well Child Visits:
- 2 WeeksVisit
- 2 Month Visit & Immunizations
- 4 Month Visit & Immunizations
- 6 Month Visit & Immunizations
- 9 Month Visit & Develpomental Screen
- 12 Month Visit, Immunizations, Lead Screen #1 & HCT
- 15 Month Visit & Immunizations
- 18 Month Visit & Immunizations
- 2 YearsVisit & Lead Screen #2
- 3-4 YearsVisits & Annual Physical Exams
- 5 YearsVisit & Kindergarten Physical
- 6-9 Years Annual Physical Exams
- 10-19 Years Annual Physical Exams & Immunizations
Male Exams:
- Over the age of 18 Annual Physical
- Colonoscopy after age 50 and up to age 75
- PSA annually after age 50
Female Exams:
- Over the age of 18 Annual Physical
- Pap smear every 1-3 years (Determined by Provider)
- No pap smear after age 65
- Colonoscopy after age 50 and up to 75
- Mammogram annually after age 40
- Total hysterectomy for reasons other than cancer, no pap smear needed
- Total hysterectomy for diagnoses of cancer, pap smear every 5 years
Diabetic Patients:
- Follow up appointments for diabetes should be every 3 months (4 times yearly) this includes an annual diabetic foot exam
- Eye exams annually with an Opthamologist
- Blood work including Hemaglobin A1C tested biannually along with Microalbumin, LDL, and GFR tested annually.
Physician Services
Treatments:
- Major/Minor Joint Injections
- Skin tag removal
- Lesion/Mole removal
- Wart treatment/removal
- Punch Biopsies
Physical Examinations:
- DOT Physicals.
- College/School Physicals.
- Pre-Surgical Clearance History & Physical.
 
 
All standards are left open to the discretion of the provider. Chronic illnesses such as DIABETES, HYPERTENSION, ASTHMA, HEART DISEASE, and LUNG DISEASE should be followed up every 3-4 months or as indicated by your provider. You have the right to refuse physicals and preventative tests, but you will be asked to sign an INFORMED CONSENT. Please realize that these preventative procedures are in the best interest of your health care.