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COVID-19 Update: If you or someone in your care has a temperature ≥ 100.4, a dry cough and believe it may be related to COVID-19, call your medical provider first about seeking medical attention. In the absence of a medical emergency, walk-in physician office and walk-in emergency room visits are not appropriate and may put others at risk. Calling ahead allows your medical provider to help you gain access to the most appropriate care in the fastest, safest way possible. For questions, Brazoria County Health Department has a COVID-19 question line open M-F 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. and can be reached at (979) 864-2167 More information is available below on this webpage, along with, links to the CDC and Texas Department of Health Services COVID-19 websites.
Link to CDC: Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information »
Link to: Texas Department of State Health Services »

Internal Medicine

Internal medicine is the largest primary care medical specialty in the United States. Their training includes medical school and an additional three years of training in preventing, diagnosing and treating adult diseases.

Many of our patients count on their Internal Medicine Provider to advise them on risk factors for disease, scheduling screenings, tests, and providing recommended vaccinations. The goal of our internal medicine providers is to deliver comprehensive care, prevent disease, and control ongoing medical conditions to avoid complications.