Internal Medicine physicians are primary care doctors who are residency trained on the prevention and treatment of adult diseases. From wellness and preventive medicine to more serious health concerns or disease – an internal medicine physician is your partner in health throughout your adult life. This is the doctor you see for common ailments that arise throughout the years and someone who will help you monitor your overall health and wellness. An internal medicine physician gets to know you, your family history and your individual concerns.
Internal Medicine doctors bring to patients an understanding of preventive medicine and men’s and women’s health. According to your age and health profile, your physician may recommend screenings to identify potential health problems. Internists also evaluate overall health, including weight, exercise habits, nutrition, and stress management.
We offer an array of vaccines, including annual Flu Vaccines each fall. If you are age 60+ you are at risk for Shingles and should consider getting the one time Shingles vaccine to prevent this painful condition. Ask your doctor for more information.
Your internal medicine physician helps you coordinate your care with other specialists. Many specialists and diagnostic tests are conveniently located at Fayetteville Diagnostic Clinic.
Caring for the whole patient
In addition, Internists are specially trained to solve puzzling diagnostic problems and can handle severe chronic illnesses and situations where several different illnesses may strike at the same time. More on common diseases treated by Internal Medicine
- Complete medical care for adults
- Wellness and preventive care
- Men’s Health
- Women’s Health
- Sports physicals
- Wellness Exams and Preventive Care
- Adult Immunizations
- Long term care for chronic disease with emphasis on maximizing wellness
- Coumadin clinic
- Annual Medicare wellness visit
For patients who monitor coumadin, we offer convenient, express testing at our clinic Monday through Friday, between 8:00 am – 12:00 pm and 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm. No appointment required. You will receive your coumadin results in approximately 30 to 45 minutes and see the nurse who will provide consultation, education, and make any necessary medication changes before you leave the clinic.
Location and Hours
3344 N. Futrall Drive
8:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday
Online Appointment Request (Requires a myMANA account)
Login to myMANA to complete important questionnaires to prepare for your appointment.
Appointments by phone at (479) 582-7350
After Hours Care (479) 463-1000
For after-hours and weekend emergencies, the Internal Medicine doctor on call can be reached through the Washington Regional Medical Center operator at (479) 463-1000.