At Whitney Medical Clinic we offer a wide array of services, from taking care of your family to On-site emergency care.
- Family practice including childhood immunizations, flu vaccines, complete physical examinations.
- Referrals to specialists.
- Pre-op examinations, driver’s license examinations, WCB First Aid examinations.
- On-site emergency care including suturing of lacerations, treatment of burns, eye injuries, removal of foreign bodies from skin and eyes.
- Injections including allergy shots, B12 injections, childhood and adult immunizations.
- Wart treatment and mole removal.
- Continuity of care in the treatment of work-related injuries and injuries sustained as a result of a motor vehicle accident.
- Minor Procedures including; nail removal, incision and drainage of cysts and abscesses, removal of lumps and bumps.
- Shingles vaccine (free for people 65-70).
- Primary care.
- Preventive medicine.
- Routine checkup.
- Routine immunization.
Immunizations and Flu Vaccines
Influenza is a disease that can potentially lead to hospitalization and sometimes even death. Every flu season is different, and influenza infection can affect people differently. Although millions of people get the flu every year, many are hospitalized. The healthiest of people can also get very sick from the flu. Getting the flu vaccine is a great way to assist in doing your part against spreading the disease and reducing your risk.
On Site Emergency Care
Why should you come to Whitney Medical Clinic first?
• At Whitney Medical Clinic we are equipped to handle many emergency care issues including suturing of lacerations, treatment of burns, eye injuries, removal of foreign bodies from skin and eyes, wart treatment and mole removal, and many more. In most cases going to our facility can be much quicker and more comfortable than the hospital.
What are Pre-Op Examinations?
Pre-op examinations are general systems examination that should identify obvious abnormalities. Below is a small sample list of exams used at our clinic.
- Cardiovascular system - heart murmur.
- Respiratory system - abnormal breath sounds.
- Gastrointestinal system - abdominal masses, previous scars.
- Musculoskeletal system - skeletal malformations such as kyphoscoliosis.
- General - local skin infection.
Continuity of Care
What is Continuity of Care?
Continuity of care is concerned with quality of care over time. It is the process by which the patient and our care team are cooperatively involved in ongoing health care management toward the shared goal of high quality, cost-effective medical care. At Whitney Medical Clinic we strive to meet and exceed all other heath care providers.
Imagine having a care giver that speaks your language?
At Whitney Medical Clinic we are very fortunate to have staff that speaks English, Arabic, Chaldean, Assyrian, Russian, Ukrainian and some Polish for our patient's convenience. When diagnosing patients being bilingual can make a big difference in determining medical issues.