Internal Medicine Care
- COVID-19 vaccine
- Complete medical care for adults
- Wellness exams and preventive care
- Men’s Health
- Women’s Health
- Sports physicals
- Adult immunizations
- Chronic disease management with an emphasis on maximizing wellness
- Diabetes management
- Heart disease management
Caring for the whole patient
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 provide an array of vaccines for adults, including annual flu vaccines each fall.
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.
Your internist helps you coordinate your care with other medical specialists. Many medical specialists, diagnostic tests, and health screenings are conveniently located at Fayetteville Diagnostic Clinic.
Who should see an Internal Medicine doctor?
Internists provide preventive care and comprehensive disease management for adults. Anyone age 18 and older may choose an internist as their primary care doctor.
Fayetteville Diagnostic Clinic participates in two Medicare programs designed to improve the patient experience: Primary Care First and Caravan Accountable Care Organization. Meet our care coordinators, Leah and Susan!
To book an appointment with the physician of your choice, click on the book an appointment button below or call (479) 582-7350.Internal Medicine Appointments
Holidays: The clinic is closed on New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving (Thursday and Friday), Christmas Eve, and Christmas.
We post inclement weather hours on local TV stations and MANA Facebook and Instagram. In the case of severe weather, please contact your doctor’s office before driving to your appointment.
Call 911 for medical emergencies.
If you have a medical issue outside of clinic hours, MANA offers urgent care clinics with extended hours 7 days a week and some holidays. For urgent medical questions after clinic hours, our patients may call (479) 463-1000 and ask for the on-call doctor.
Insurance and Financial Policy
MANA physicians and providers are in-network with most insurance plans, including Medicare. Please bring your insurance card to all appointments. Payment for copays, coinsurance, or deductible is due at the time of service. We accept cash, checks, and debit/credit cards (Visa, Mastercard, and Discover).
Fax 1: (479) 582-7221 (Norys, Salmon, Birch, Karnes)
Fax 2: (479) 582-7368 (Clay, Ford, Hardin, Spears)