Seeing the whole picture of adult health.
We see the whole person and the big picture.
At Reliant Medical Group, our internists use their knowledge and skills to help our adult patients* prevent or manage general illnesses as well as specific diseases, injuries, and chronic conditions. Our Internal Medicine team is equipped to deal with any condition our patients present – common or rare, simple or complex.
Each of our internists are highly experienced at managing multiple medical challenges and helping you navigate the road to better health. They are not only experts at screening for cancer, diabetes, and other diseases, but can also help you prevent disease by encouraging a healthier lifestyle.
Great care begins here
As a Reliant Medical Group patient, our board-certified internists are your starting point for a comprehensive range of medical care. Whether you require a yearly wellness visit or a diagnosis for a serious problem, you can count on your Reliant Medical Group internist to provide the care you need. You can turn to your Internal Medicine provider for a broad range of concerns including:
- High blood pressure
- Joint problems
- Colds and flu
- Physical exams
- Preventative health
If a referral to a specialist is required your internist will coordinate your care and help provide a complete understanding of your health situation. Our internists have a wealth of resources to turn to for consultation, testing, and continued treatment of your problem – it’s one of the advantages of a medical group practice that offers dozens of specialty services that range from Allergy to Vascular Surgery.
Searching for a doctor? Please contact our New Patient Registration Department at (508) 425-5857 for help in choosing a new medical provider; or get to know some of our Reliant Medical Group physicians by clicking here.
*Internists specialize in treating adult patients who are 18 years of age or older.
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