An internist is a doctor that specializes in internal medicine for adolescents and adults, and does not practice surgery. Internal medicine is the branch of medicine that deals with the diagnosis and treatment of non-surgical diseases. Today, a general internist is often called a “primary care doctor” and treats adults and adolescents. The internist’s training includes emergency medicine, hospital medicine, geriatrics, and critical care medicine. Internists do physical exams.

    Services offered:
    • Specialized care for the Respiratory, Cardiac, Renal, Gastrointestinal and Neurological disease
    • Management of most endocrinal dysfunctions such as Thyroid diseases
    • Management of Diabetes and Hypertension
    • Management of common infections