Enjoy your life. We’ve got the
keeping you healthy part covered.
At Florida Medical Clinic, we are dedicated to one very important thing. Keeping you healthy. And that’s because we look at healthcare through a simple but very different lens. We offer a comprehensive range of preventative care services and chronic disease management programs to get – or keep – you healthy. All supported by a team of compassionate and experienced medical providers who routinely monitor your health. By proactively identifying gaps in care, we can get ahead of medical concerns before they become medical conditions. This is the kind of healthcare that keeps you focused on what’s most important. Enjoying your life.
We specialize in everything from family practice and internal medicine care to cardiology, gastroenterology, sports medicine, rheumatology and much more. But we also believe that the best healthcare is the kind you don’t need. We offer preventative care such as physical exams, cancer screenings, minor surgical procedures, routine gynecology and dermatology services, and ongoing management of chronic conditions such as diabetes and osteoporosis.
When you turn to Florida Medical Clinic, you have the peace of mind knowing that we’ve got all your healthcare needs covered. Leaving you free to pursue all those moments that make your life so amazing.
Complete Care is Right Around the Corner.
Beyond keeping you healthy, complete care also needs to be convenient. That’s why we have more than 350 medical providers, including primary care and specialists in more than 40 medical disciplines. And we’re all connected by one electronic health record so any doctor or specialist can access your medical history at the touch of a button. It’s all about making complete care as accessible and effortless as it is comprehensive.
Blog Topics to Keep You Healthy.
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