What does the General Medicine department at Sunridge Hospitals specialize in?
The General Medicine department at Sunridge Hospitals specializes in providing comprehensive care for a wide range of medical conditions and diseases. Our team of experienced physicians is trained to diagnose and manage various health concerns, including infectious diseases, respiratory disorders, gastrointestinal issues, cardiovascular conditions, metabolic disorders, and general health maintenance.
When should I consult a general medicine physician?
It is recommended to consult a general medicine physician at Sunridge Hospitals for routine check-ups, preventive care, and the management of common medical issues. You should also seek the expertise of a general medicine physician if you experience symptoms such as unexplained weight loss, persistent fatigue, prolonged fever, chronic pain, or any other concerns related to your overall health and well-being.
What services does the General Medicine department offer?
Sunridge Hospitals’ General Medicine department offers a wide range of services, including health screenings, preventive vaccinations, diagnosis and management of acute and chronic illnesses, health counseling, lifestyle modifications, and coordination of care with other medical specialties when necessary. Our physicians focus on providing comprehensive and personalized care for each patient.
How are medical conditions diagnosed in the General Medicine department?
The diagnosis of medical conditions in the General Medicine department involves a combination of thorough medical history evaluation, physical examinations, and diagnostic tests. Our physicians at Sunridge Hospitals may order blood tests, imaging studies (such as X-rays or ultrasounds), electrocardiograms (ECGs), or other specialized tests based on the presenting symptoms and medical concerns.
Can a general medicine physician provide ongoing care for chronic conditions?
Yes, general medicine physicians at Sunridge Hospitals are skilled in providing ongoing care and management for chronic conditions such as diabetes, hypertension, asthma, arthritis, and thyroid disorders. They work closely with patients to develop personalized treatment plans, monitor disease progression, adjust medications as needed, and provide guidance for lifestyle modifications to improve overall health and quality of life.