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Evaluation – initially approaching a patient of any age group to elicit a detailed and accurate history, perform an appropriate physical examination, delineate problems and record and present data.

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)
• Immunizations
• 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
• Spirometry/Peak-Flow
• Steroid/Anti-Inflammatory Injections
• Suture/Staple Removal
• Tympanography
• Urinalysis
• INR/Warfarin Monitoring
• Wart/Skin Tag Removal