Internal Medicine: Your Primary Care Partners
Lee Health’s internists (sometimes called internal medicine doctors or primary care doctors) coordinate all aspects of your primary care, including screenings, check-ups, risk assessments, referrals, and medication management.
Internists or internal medicine doctors will treat symptoms – but they also work side by side with you to address root causes, as well as the psychological, social, and emotional impact of illness.
This essential dialogue between doctor and patient can help you live your best life.
- Men’s health
- Geriatric care
- Sports medicine
- Referrals to specialists
- Help coordinating prescriptions and refills
- Vaccinations and travel consultations
- Preventive screenings
- Routine check-ups
- Health risk assessment
- Personalized counseling on maintaining a healthy lifestyle
- Diagnosis and treatment of chronic conditions such as diabetes, heart disease, high cholesterol, and mental health
- Family planning and regular gynecological screenings such as breast exams and Pap smears
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