Medical Care and Services

Primary Care

Preventative services, treatment of acute injuries and sickness, and management of chronic conditions.
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Pediatrics

Infant care, school/sports physicals and preventative health screenings that include immunizations/EKG’s.
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Urgent Care

Illnesses and infections, minor injuries, sprains and strains, minor surgical procedures and more.
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Telemedicine

Safe, Simple, Secure way to connect anywhere with a provider from a computer, tablet or smartphone. Providers can electronically treat and diagnose.
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Laboratory

Non-emergent lab work ordered by L3HFMC providers, drive up Covid Testing, including Rapid and PCR.
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Pharmacy

Full service, drive-thru for convenience, 90-day supply, discounts and lower prices.
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Mental Health

Services provided by a Psychiatrist and Licensed Clinical Social Worker.
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Wellness

Fitness classes, managing medical conditions, diabetes education, nutrition and weight loss.
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Imaging

Full service including MRI, CT, Ultrasound, Mammography, Bone Density and X-Ray.
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Primary Care Provider (PCP)

Choose a primary care provider (PCP) at L3HFMC to find a long-term partner in your medical care. You’ll get personal guidance from a caring advocate—an expert who listens to your concerns and answers your questions.

As a patient of the L3HFMC, your PCP is held to the highest standard of excellence, ensuring that you receive the best quality of care and service.

Why do I need a PCP?

Your primary care provider’s clinic serves as your home base for medical care. When you see your PCP regularly over the years, they gain insight into your life that helps them make accurate diagnoses and offer the best recommendations.

How often should I see a PCP?

You should schedule at least once annually with your PCP and depending on your medical history, you may need to schedule more visits that will be directed by your PCP after your first visit.

Types of Primary Care

Choose a primary care provider whose specialty is the best fit for you or your family members:

  • Family Medicine– treats people of all ages, allowing you to select a single doctor for all your loved ones. Many of our providers also offer newborn care.
  • Internal Medicine – offers deep expertise in medical issues that primarily affect adults
    Pediatrician – treats newborns to adulthood.

In addition to office visits, our PCPs offer virtual visits for certain appointment types.

Personalized care

No matter what type of PCP you choose, their focus is on keeping you well. Seeing your PCP regularly when you are healthy not only helps prevent disease, but helps your PCP be better able to treat you when you are sick. Your doctor lives and works in the same community you do, so you receive care from a trusted neighbor.

Support staff

During your appointment, you may talk to other health professionals, such as:

Medical assistant – takes you to the exam room, records your medical history, helps you prepare for tests and treatments, and answers questions about your care.

Phlebotomist – draws your blood samples to send to a lab for testing
Nurse (RN or LPN) – meets with you to teach how to manage some chronic conditions and take medications the right way

Pharmacist services – works with your physician to help manage your chronic conditions with medication changes.

Pediatric Primary Care

We provide complete care to children with chronic health issues as well as those who are generally healthy. Our providers focus on the physical, emotional, and psychological growth of children from the time they are born. Each child has unique health care needs that change as they grow, our team understands the importance of focusing on your child’s individual physical and developmental milestones.

Your child’s provider offers preventive care, treats illnesses and cares for minor injuries. If your child needs additional services for a complex or chronic condition, we’ll connect you to specialists and coordinate those services. We work with specialists experienced in treating conditions related to nutrition, heart care, diabetes, behavior, gastroenterology, gynecology and more.

Telemedicine

Telemedicine involves the use of electronic communications and software to provide clinical services to patients without an in-person visit. Telemedicine technology is frequently used for follow-up visits, management of chronic conditions, medication management, specialist consultation and a host of other clinical services that can be provided remotely via secure video and audio connections.

Is Telemedicine Safe and Secure?

Telemedicine at L3HFMC is offered through our secure electronic medical record system It meets the strict regulations of HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996).

Benefits of Telemedicine

Using Telemedicine as an alternative to in-person visits has a host of benefits for patients.

  • Less time away from work
  • No travel expenses or time
  • Less interference with child or elder care
  • No exposure to potentially contagious patients