Family Practice

A Commitment To Community

No matter your age, it is important to find a primary care physician you like and to schedule an annual checkup! Yearly visits are the best way to detect any changes before they develop into bigger issues.

What is a Primary Care Physician?

As defined by the American Academy of Family Physicians, a Primary Care Physician is a specialist in Family Medicine, Internal Medicine or Pediatrics who provides comprehensive care to a patient, whether the care is chronic, preventative, or acute. A primary care practice provides the following:

Health promotion

Disease prevention

Health maintenance

Counseling

Patient education

Diagnosis and treatment of acute and chronic illnesses

What To Expect

Blood pressure check

Blood test

Clinical breast exam

Urine analysis

Weight recording

Medication review

Reproductive health including minor surgical procedures such as birth control options and men’s reproductive health

Resources For Quitting Smoking

Did you know that when you quit smoking, your risk of cancer decreases significantly? If you’re a smoker and quitting is a top priority in your life, talk to us to find out about what types of resources are available in order to help make quitting a reality.

Know Your History

Find out what health conditions run in your family. Sharing your personal and family history will help us determine your risk level for any particular condition or disease.

Weight Management Program

Similarly to our medical nutritional therapy options, Dr. Warner offers non-surgical weight management. With Family Practice weight management, one can expect to have monthly visits with Dr. Warner or nursing staff to discuss diet, weight, and exercise options.

To find out more information or to schedule an appointment with Dr. Warner, please call the office at 907-929-4263 to speak with a patient representative today.

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