Monitoring – providers conduct rounds in acute settings, providing care in office-based care settings, developing and implementing patient management plans and recording progress notes.
Diagnostics – Utilizing common laboratory, radiological, cardiographic and other routine diagnostic procedures used to identify pathophysiologic processes which are interpreted by the physicians.
Therapeutics – performing routine procedures such as injections, immunizations, wound care, managing conditions produced by infections or by trauma, illnesses and injuries and performing the evaluation and therapeutic procedures.
Counseling – instructing and counseling patients regarding compliance with prescribed therapeutic regimens, normal growth and development, family planning, emotional problems or daily living and health maintenance.
Referral – facilitating the referral of patients to other health related professionals and community health and social service agencies when appropriate.
|• Education For Chronic/Acute Illness & Disease|
|• EKG (Electrocardiogram)|
|• Instruction in the Use of Glucometer/Insulin|
|• Instruction In The Use Of Inhalers|
|• Minor Excisions, Punch Biopsies|
|• Monospot Testing|
|• Nebulizer Treatments|
|• Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment|
|• Pulse Oximetry|
|• Rapid Influenza Testing|
|• Rapid Strep Testing|
|• Routine Gynecological Exams|
|• Steroid/Anti-Inflammatory Injections|
|• Suture/Staple Removal|
|• INR/Warfarin Monitoring|
|• Wart/Skin Tag Removal|