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Family Medicine

Family Medicine & Primary Care Clinics

25+ Years of Family-Centered Care

Family Medicine-Southeast Iowa Regional Medical Center physicians and Advanced Practice Professionals have extensive training to help you with most health care needs, including:

  • Acute and chronic illnesses
  • Geriatrics
  • Injuries
  • Mental health
  • Minor surgery
  • Pediatrics
  • Wellness and healthy lifestyle counseling
  • Women's health

If consultation with another specialist is needed, we will arrange the referral and coordinate your care with other health care providers.

Our Services

  • Bone densitometry
  • Diagnostic and screening EKGs
  • Laboratory
  • Mental health evaluations and counseling
  • Pharmacy
  • Pulmonary function testing
  • X-ray
  • Laser treatments for dermatologic conditions and hair removal

Make an Appointment

For illnesses and injuries, we can help you determine if your problem can best be cared for in our clinic or the Emergency Department. Before coming to the clinic for laboratory work, a blood pressure check, allergy shot or other services, please let us know when you'll be coming so we can be prepared and minimize your wait. If your provider recommends a follow-up appointment, please try to schedule the appointment before leaving the office. If you must cancel an appointment, please give us a 24-hour notice so we may use that time for someone else.

Get Medical Treatment After Clinic Hours

We answer the phone 24-hours a day for urgent medical needs. If you need to reach a provider after office hours, call our office and the answering service will contact the on-call physician. We appreciate your consideration in avoiding unnecessary after-hours calls for routine matters that can be handled during clinic hours when your provider and complete medical history are available.

Medicare's Annual Wellness Visit

Medicare pays for Annual Wellness Visits to manage enrollees’ good health. This includes making changes to improve quality of life and detecting health concerns early.

Annual wellness visits include:

  • Personal and family medical history
  • Blood pressure, weight, and vision checks
  • Depression screening
  • Brief cognitive screening for Alzheimer's disease and other types of dementia
  • Medication check
  • Functional screening about ability to perform activities of daily living
  • Home-safety screening
  • Fall-risk screening
  • Advanced care planning

Why Annual Wellness Visits Are Important

An Annual Wellness Visit is a preventive care benefit. These visits establish a partnership with your health care provider to improve quality of life. It is not a physical examination, which is not covered. Some health care providers may perform additional tests or services during the wellness visit. A copayment and/or deductible may apply.

These visits are useful to identify high-risk patients to ensure these patients receive adequate services. They may help reduce falls, which is important, because 1 in 4 persons over age 65 falls every year. Falls are a leading cause of injury-related deaths in older adults. These visits also serve to address health issues that may otherwise go unnoticed. For example, half of people suffering from depression don't receive treatment.

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