Primary Care – Pediatrics and Adults
Primary Care for All Ages
Because the doctors in our practice are trained and board-certified Pediatricians and Internists, we treat patients of all ages, from newborns to retirement age adults. As such, we have the unique and rewarding ability to provide family-based medical care. This means we can care for family members of different generations throughout all of the stages of their lives.
Having a family-based practice provides not only convenience for our patients, but also a more comprehensive quality of care. By knowing and understanding his/her family members’ medical histories, we can better shape an individual’s healthcare goals. Our aim is to provide care for individuals by keeping the health of their family members in mind and emphasizing prevention or early detection of inheritable health conditions.
In addition to providing family-based care and preventive health, we also function as our patients’ medical home. Because we provide continuity of care throughout an individual’s life, we can better care for the complexities associated with pediatric and adult chronic medical conditions. By functioning as a medical home, we coordinate subspecialty care, referrals, hospitalizations, preventative care and routine check-ups.
Services we provide include:
- Same day appointments for acute issues for established and new patients
- Sports physicals for children
- Well-child checks for children and annual physicals for adults
- Care for newborns in the newborn nursery at Williamson Medical Center
- Immunizations for all ages
- Suturing for lacerations
- Basic dermatologic procedures, including toenail removal and skin care
"Everyone in my family sees Dr. Yoneyama. He is the best doctor I have ever seen. He is considerate, polite, and personable. I highly recommend him to anyone at any age."Brooke, Medpeds Patient
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