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- Cardiac testing
- Diagnosis and treatment of any undiagnosed symptom or health care concern
- Flu shots and other adult immunizations
- Geriatric care
- Healthy lifestyle promotion
- Inpatient hospital care, pre-operative consults
- Minor surgery, such as biopsies, joint injections, and removal of skin lesions
- Lab and radiology services
- Physical therapy
- Preventative care and diagnostic screenings
- Protime Clinic
- Routine physical exams, including pre-employment, school, sports, and camp physicals
- Second opinions or consultations with other physicians on complex cases
- Treatment for acute illnesses such as flu, upper respiratory infections, and urinary tract infections.
- Treatment and management of complex and long-term medical conditions such as diabetes and hypertension
McFarland Clinic also has providers certified in Internal Medicine (Adult Medicine) who practice as Hospitalists at Mary Greeley Medical Center in Ames. Hospitalists provide personalized, high-quality inpatient medical care to our hospitalized patients.
Hospitalists do not maintain a private practice outside of the hospital; they solely care for patients in the hospital who require specialized inpatient care.
Providers manage and coordinate the entire inpatient stay, working closely with the patient’s primary care provider and/or other specialists needed during the hospital stay. Hospitalists can be especially beneficial for those patients whose primary care providers aren't available to see their patients in the hospital for whatever reason.
Hospitalists provide onsite and around-the-clock access to a provider. They are immediately accessible for hospital emergency situations 24 hours a day. Providers are familiar with key departments and individuals within the hospital and clinic to allow for prompt connections with other healthcare personnel for coordinated care.