Mountain Family’s board-certified family physicians, physician assistants and family nurse practitioners offer the following primary medical care services:
- Infant, Child and Adult Preventive Care Services
- Well Child Exams, Physicals, Sports Physicals
- Acute Care – Cough, Sore Throat, Flu, Illness, Injuries
- Chronic Illness Management – Diabetes, High Blood Pressure, High Cholesterol, Obesity, Asthma
- Internal Medicine – Complex Adult Illnesses
- Immunizations and Vaccines
- Labs and other Diagnostic Tests
- Screening—Cancer, Depression, Substance Use Disorders
- Communicable Disease Screening and Treatment
- Orthopedic Services – Evaluations, Splinting, Casting, Joint Injections
- Minor surgery – Simple Laceration Repairs, Cryotherapy, Sutures, Vasectomy
- Women’s Health
- Men’s Health
- Reproductive Health and Family Planning Services
- Prenatal, Obstetric and Post-Partum Care (Avon Clinic)
- Travel Clinic – Vaccines and Illness Prevention
- Care Coordination – Case Management, Referrals and Navigation, Health Education
Getting Ready For Your Visit
For New Patients Only:
- Bring any available documents related to past medical history, including immunization records.
- This is especially important for patients from other states or countries. Mountain Family staff can generally work with local offices to access previous medical history.
For New and Existing Patients:
- Please bring in all medications, supplements, and vitamins you are currently taking in their bottles to each visit.
- Consider writing down any questions or concerns prior to the visit.
- Patients may wish to bring a trusted friend or family member to assist with valuable medical history. However, please consider the reason for the visit and consider coming alone in some cases.
- Children are welcome, but Mountain Family does not provide childcare. Please consider the nature of your visit if you are bringing children and consider not bringing them when appropriate.