Family medicine – the cornerstone of your health care

Our family medicine care team provides comprehensive care for the whole family, from children and teenagers to adults and the elderly. Our physicians and providers practice patient-centered care. This means we believe that good health care comes from creating long-term relationships with patients, supporting them through excellent communication, education and prevention practices. We believe patients are their own best advocates and we work to empower patients to become our partners in their own care.

Our services include:

Also called well-care visits or checkups, wellness exams, or annual physicals, these regular medical examinations should start when a child is a few days old and continue until through adulthood.

Annual well-exams are an important part of every person’s health care program. Not only do they provide an opportunity for our health care team to screen for medical and developmental issues, these visits provide a great opportunity for preventive education. We encourage patients to bring questions. This is a time to gather information both for the providers and the patients we serve.

From infants to senior citizens, timely immunizations are one of the most important ways for you to protect yourself and others from serious diseases and infections.  Please refer to our immunization schedule for details.
Sports physicals help evaluate an athlete’s general health, current fitness level, risk of injury, and physical well-being.

Travel physicals help to ensure a healthy, enjoyable trip, whatever your destination. The exam includes a physical, as well as a health and immunization history review. Depending on the destination, we assess the individual’s needs and offer appropriate immunizations. Visit the CDC Travelers’ Health website for more info on immunizations requirements per country.

Our care team understands a woman’s health needs as her body changes, from menstruation, to a woman’s child-bearing years and through menopause.

Our services include:

  • Woman’s well-exams
  • Comprehensive family planning including IUD and implanon placement
  • Hormone Testing
  • Menopause Management
Asthma is treated with two types of medicines: long-term control and quick-relief medicines. Long-term control medicines help reduce airway inflammation and prevent asthma symptoms. Quick-relief, or “rescue,” medicines relieve asthma symptoms that may flare up. Our care team works with asthma patients so they have the education and tools needed to help understand what triggers their attacks and how to help reduce them.
Family Practice Group offers the health care support needed when an acute or serious short term condition arises. From a child’s broken arm to treating a bad case of the flu.
Family Practice Group is here for those fractures and breaks that may happen during your life’s many adventures.
Family Practice Group offers skin evaluations and treatment services for skin conditions including Acne, Eczema/Atopic Dermatitis, Moles, Poison Oak, Rashes, warts, and Skin Cancer Screening and biopsy. When needed a patient is referred to a dermatologist for specialty care.
Laceration repair involves treating a wound in order to promote healing and minimize the risks of infection, premature splitting of sutures and poor cosmetic result.
Family Practice groups offers a wide range of convenient in-office procedures from simple mole removal to No-Scalpel Vasectomies. Please visit our In-office Procedures page for details.

 

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Immunizations

Oregon ImmunizationsImportant immunization guidelines.
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In-Office Procedures

In-Office Procedures at Family Practice GroupProviding convenient in-office procedures utilizing the latest technologies.
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