Internal medicine doctors – also called “internists” – specialize in treating adult patients. They don’t deliver babies or do surgery. They are experts in diagnosing and treating routine and complex health issues in adults.
Care from a doctor of internal medicine might include:
- Yearly physicals and wellness exams
- Disease prevention
- Work injury visits
- Management of cardiovascular disease, diabetes, hypertension or COPD
- Routine health issues
Ambulatory Clinic Services
Patients at the Providence Internal Medicine Residency Clinic have access to specialists in infectious disease, rhuematology, psychiatry, dermatology and podiatry.
The HIV Clinic at Providence Internal Medicine Residency Clinic
The HIV Clinic at Providence Internal Medicine Residency Clinic cares for people with HIV/AIDS and trains internal medicine residents to manage HIV/AIDS as a chronic disease. Our staff includes a physician’s assistant and supervising doctor – both HIV specialists – as well as a physician director, residents and support staff.
Clinic hours are Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.