Family Medicine

Essential care, both general and specialty, for the entire family.



Family medicine is the medical specialty which provides continuing and. comprehensive health care for the individual and the family.

Our Family Medicine Clinics involves qualified physicians who are concerned with Preventive Healthcare, Treatment of Common Medical Cases, Early Diseases Provision & Detection, and incorporate other sub-specialty if need be.

Symptoms & Diagnosis

Examination, diagnosis, treatment of chronic diseases, and coordination with other specialties to treat patients of all ages and genders, such as:

Family Medicine Doctors

Our doctors, physicians, specialists and support staff are caring, experienced and highly trained in their fields. They are committed to excellence – and more importantly, they are committed to you.

Health Tips & Info

It is important to create healthy habits early on. These will help you make smart choices for your family. Children imitate their parents, so it’s important to set a good example. The tips below can help your family be healthy and happy.

Eating better (for children and families)

  • Start the day with a healthy breakfast. It refuels the body and provides energy for the day.
  • Let kids help plan and prepare 1 meal each week.
  • Eat together as a family as often as possible.
  • Take time eating, and chew slowly. It takes 20 minutes for the brain to tell the body that you are full.
  • Eat more vegetables and fresh fruits. Aim for a total of 2 cups of fruit and 2 1/2 cups of vegetables each day.
  • Eat more whole grains. Examples include oats, brown rice, rye, and whole-wheat pasta. Try to eat at least 3 ounces of whole grains each day.
  • Drink plenty of fluids. Choose water, low-fat or nonfat milk, and low-calorie beverages.
  • Serve a variety of foods in small portions.

Being more active (for parents)

  • Park the car farther away at work or stores.
  • Take the stairs instead of the elevator.
  • Get off the bus one stop earlier and walk the rest of the way.
  • Exercise while watching television at home. Use a machine, lift weights, and stretch.
  • Walk to do errands.
  • Be a role model for your children. Do something active every day.

Things to consider

  • Keep a food journal. Track what you eat, how much, when, and why.
  • Keep an activity log. Track your exercise: type, time, and level.
  • Eat at the kitchen table. Avoid eating in the car or while watching TV. This helps you focus on how much you eat and can help prevent overeating.
  • Put workouts on your calendar so you keep them. Set exercise clothes out the night before.
  • Set goals you can achieve. For example, aim to eat more vegetables and less high-calorie foods.
  • Eat only when you’re hungry. Do not eat because you are bored, tired, or stressed. Instead, create other habits. For example, take a walk, play a game, read a book, or call a friend.
  • Try not to overeat. Once you aren’t hungry anymore, push the plate away.
  • Shop for groceries on a full stomach. This will help you make healthier food choices. It is harder to resist impulse or poor choices when your stomach is empty.

We Strive To Provide You & Your Family With The Best Medical And General Practice Care!

Medical Services

The medical team works with other departments and specialties to ensure that our patients receive the best care for their needs.

Emergency Cases

High Caliber Team of Emergency Doctors, On-call Physicians, and Nurses, always available to you 24 hours a day, seven days a week to treat anyone seeking urgent Medical Care.

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