COVID-19 and Vaccine Information
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Internists (internal medicine doctors) are trained to provide primary healthcare for adults 18 years and older. They understand conditions that affect adults, keeping you healthy and well physically and emotionally.
If you have a chronic condition such as rheumatoid arthritis or heart or lung disease, an internist can manage many aspects of your care. Building a relationship with a PeaceHealth internal medicine doctor leads to a better understanding of your overall health and history. This can mean a healthier you.
PeaceHealth offers internal medicine services close to home in Washington, Oregon and Alaska. We provide:
Your team includes internists, physician assistants, nurse practitioners and support staff who get to know you and your care needs. We build relationships and tailor our services to your life and care needs.
With convenient locations, extended office hours, walk-in and same-day care and convenient appointment times, it’s easy to get the care you need.
In addition to primary care services, you have access to specialists all in the same place. These include [here is where you can list orthopedics doctors, pulmonologists, urgent care doctors, or other specialists who are in the same office or building].
If you need additional services for heart, lung, orthopedic or other chronic diseases, we coordinate these services, make referrals and stay in touch with any specialist you may see.
Depression, anxiety, substance use and eating disorders.
Allergies, arthritis, high blood pressure, diabetes and stomach issues.
Back pain, headaches and heartburn.
Respiratory, ear/nose/throat, urinary, pink eye and rashes.
Colds, flu, fever, sore throat and cough.
Erectile dysfunction, sexually transmitted infections and gynecologic concerns.