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The following physicians are currently accepting new patients

Family Practice Internal Medicine
Dr. Selvarajah Dr. Cemer Dr. Syed     Dr. Goodman
Dr. Stornelli Dr. Dhabhar Dr. Le
Dr. Norton Dr. Hunsiker Dr. Tomy

The new patient liaison is available to answer questions about our primary care providers and assist you with scheduling an appointment.

For assistance scheduling an appointment call 798-1578.

   

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Slocum-Dickson Medical Group is AAAHC accredited

Slocum-Dickson Medical Group is accredited by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC), the nation's leading accrediting organization of outpatient facilities. Being accredited means that Slocum-Dickson has undergone a rigorous professional scrutiny by highly qualified AAAHC professionals and found to provide quality care. AAAHC accreditation means Slocum-Dickson:

  • Was visited by experienced AAAHC health care professionals
  • Was measured against nationally recognized standards of care
  • Demonstrates a strong commitment to maintaining patient safety
  • Is dedicated to protecting your privacy
  • Meets all federal, state and local laws as well as AAAHC Standards for the care it provides.

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July is Cord Blood Awareness Month

July is Cord Blood Awareness Month. The goal of Cord Blood Awareness Month is to raise awareness of the medical value of newborn stem cells from umbilical cord blood, which have been used successfully for more than 20 years with demonstrated safety and efficacy to treat over 80 diseases. By providing balanced information on the cord blood options of public donation, family storage, or discarding, families are empowered to make an informed choice regarding their future health....

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Preventing Dehydration in the Summer Heat

Water is important to your body at all times, but especially in hot weather. Every system in your body depends on water to function properly. Water also keeps your body from overheating. When you are more active, your muscles generate heat and the main way your body discards heat in warm weather is through sweat. As sweat evaporates, it cools the tissues beneath. Lots of sweating reduces your body's water level, and this loss of fluid affects normal bodily functions. Even mild dehydration can drain your energy and make you tired. The best way to beat dehydration is to drink before you get thirsty. If you wait until after you're thirsty, you're already dehydrated....

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