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Get a Yearly Physical!

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 be 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

  • Blood pressure check.

  • Blood test.

  • Clinical breast exam.

  • Urine analysis.

  • Weight recorded.

  • Medication review.

  • Reproductive health including minor surgical procedures such as birth control options and men's reproductive health.


If you're a smoker, quitting should be a top priority in your life. If you quit your risk of cancer decreases significantly. Talk to your us about what types of resources are available in order to make that happen.

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

Similar to our medical nutritional therapy options, Dr. Warner is also a great option for non-surgical weight management. With Family Practice weight management one can expect to have monthly visits with  Dr. Warner and discuss diet, weight and exercise options. 

Family Practice 

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