Category: Doctor's Office

Study Finds Doctors Should Tailor Patient Communications

December 29th, 2021
  Doctors should tailor their language to match each patient’s individual health literacy level to best communicate healthcare information, a study found.   New Health Literacy Study   Research suggests an estimated 80 million adults in the United… more »

The President had a Physical, You Should Too

January 24th, 2018
On Friday, January 12, 2018 President Donald Trump underwent his first physical exam as President of the United States. Fit for Duty The exam was conducted at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. Trump spent about three hours at the medical f… more »

Scheduling Your Child’s Back to School Checkup? Schedule Yours Too!

September 2nd, 2015
School is back in session which means a trip to the pediatrician for a routine exam. It should also be a reminder for parents that they need to see their primary care physician as well.  What Routine Exams Check While the need for adults to receive an… more »

A Rise in Urgent Care Centers

March 18th, 2015
When you are in medical bind the emergency room might seem like the only solution. The only problem is waiting for hours on a minor medical issue. That is where urgent care centers come in: a less costly and more time effective method of handling those… more »

Helping Patients Help Themselves

June 18th, 2014
The United States economy spends more than $8,000 per person per year on healthcare. Patients who don't take part in their own medical care and who don't know how to, end up costing the U.S. medical system big time. The trick to eliminating this problem… more »