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Important Notice:

Centralia Internal Medicine is currently NOT accepting new patients until further notice.

Call 855-776-4362, to find a provider who is accepting patients. 

The Care You Need, In One Place

Our clinic specializes in the treatment of adult men and women. As internists we are trained to address not just your primary care needs. We specialize in the management and treatment of chronic diseases.


Diabetes is a chronic disease related to an individual’s over production of blood glucose (blood sugar). Our doctors work with you to determine the best course of action for treating and managing your insulin levels. Our clinic is conveniently co-located next to Providence Centralia Diabetes and Medical Nutrition Therapy, the only ADA certified diabetes clinic in Lewis County. Centralia certified diabetes educators and clinical nutritionists work in conjunction with your doctors and you, to develop a diabetes and nutrition plan that fits your lifestyle.

Dermatology Procedures

Patients with skin, hair and nail problems may be surprised to find an internal medicine doctor can help treat complex dermatology issues. Our team of providers can help accurately diagnose any problems you are having and help develop a treatment plan to manage and control these problems.

Uncontrolled Hypertension

Also called high blood pressure, hypertension occurs when an individual has a consistent reading above 140/90 mm Hg. Uncontrolled hypertension can lead to coronary artery disease, heart disease, stroke, malfunctioning of the kidneys and a heart attack. Our internists work with you to control your blood pressure through lifestyle changes and medication.

Heart Disease

Heart disease is the leading cause of death for men and women in the United States. Our internal medicine doctors are strategically trained to treat conditions that involve your heart, including the heart’s functioning and infections.


Over time our bone tissue thins and we lose bone density. Osteoporosis is the most common type of bone disease and affects approximately one out of 5 American women over the age of 50. Osteoporosis can be treated and in most cases, stopped, through medication and hormone therapy. We work with both men and women to treat bone production in your body.