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for the whole family.

**We are now performing rapid PCR tests for Covid in our offices. If you are feeling sick, give our offices a call & we will inform you of our protocol. Results back in about 40 minutes**

Our Hours:








8:30am – 5pm

8:30am – 5pm

8:30am – 5pm

8:30am – 5pm

8:30am – 5pm

8:30am – 1pm


Med-Care is closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas Day, New Years Day & Easter

Covid Vaccine 

We have the Moderna bivalent vaccine in our offices! This vaccine specifically protects against the omnicron variant B4 and B5 Please speak to our staff or call our offices to find out our vaccine protocol. There is NO cost to you to get the vaccine. The best defense against Covid-19 is getting vaccinated. If you have any questions or concerns about the vaccine, please speak to your doctor. 


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Flu shots are available! We have both regular and high dose shots. No appointment is necessary so you can walk right in Monday-Saturday.

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We offer PCR testing for our patients! If you are feeling sick, we'll do a PCR to rule out Covid or if you need a PCR for travel we can do that, too! 

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Welcome, Dr. Elliott!

Make sure you're signed up for the patient portal through our EHR Athena Health

Our Services:
  • Annual Physical Exams

  • X-Ray

  • Ultrasound

  • Echocardiograms

  • Bone Mineral Density Scans

  • Laceration repairs

  • Lesion Removal

  • Weight Loss Counseling

  • Rapid PCR Tests for Covid


We have the Moderna vaccine in our offices. If you've been waiting to get your vaccine and/or booster, now is the time! Please call our offices or speak to our staff about our vaccine protocol. If it is more convenient for you to get your vaccine elsewhere, please don't wait, go get your vaccine as soon as possible. While vaccinated people can still get Covid, their symptoms are much more mild than those who are unvaccinated. We urge you to get vaccinated/boosted as soon as possible. 

Allergies Getting To You? 

If you suffer from itchy, burning eyes, scratchy throat or difficulty breathing, talk to your doctor about what you can do to fight allergy symptoms. 


If you haven't scheduled your physical yet or it's been awhile since you've been in for blood work, call our offices to schedule your appointment.  We schedule at least 3 months in advance and appointments book up quickly. In order to get the day and time that you need, call us to schedule as soon as possible. 

**If your schedule permits, you may want to consider an afternoon appointment. You can have a light breakfast & no lunch & can have plenty of water throughout the day.** 

Are You Up To Date On Your Vaccines?

Have you received all your necessary vaccines? If you aren't up to date, we can provide you with a variety of vaccines to protect you against some very serious viruses/diseases.

The Latest:

Welcome Dr. Story Elliott! 

We'd like to welcome Story Elliott, DO to our staff! Dr. Elliott  completed her residency in Family Medicine at JFK Medical Center and is excited to join our practice. She also specializes in well-woman health. She is Board Certified in Family Medicine. Dr. Elliott is available in our Fairfield office. Please give the office a call for her schedule. 

The Coronavirus 

The Coronavirus or COVID-19 is the infectious disease caused by the most recently discovered coronavirus. This new virus and disease was unknown before the outbreak began in Wuhan, China, in December 2019. The most common symptoms of COVID-19 are fever, tiredness, body aches, and dry cough. Some patients may have aches and pains, nasal congestion, runny nose, sore throat or diarrhea. These symptoms are usually mild and begin gradually. Some people become infected but don’t develop any symptoms and don't feel unwell. Most people (about 80%) recover from the disease without needing special treatment.

The best way to prevent illness is to get vaccinated. While you can contract Covid even as a vaccinated person, you are less likely to experience severe symptoms and/or death. 

If you have questions or concerns about the vaccine, please speak to your doctor. 

Shingrix Vaccine

Have you heard about the new vaccine for the shingles virus? It's called Shingrix. 

The CDC is recommending anyone 50 and above receive this vaccine even if they've already received Zostavax. 

Shingrix is said to be 91% effective against the shingles virus and in some patients it has shown to be 97% effective. 

This vaccine is given in 2 shots; you receive the first one and then the second one 2-6 months from the first one. 

Medicare will not allow us to give this vaccine in our offices but we can give you a prescription to bring to the pharmacy. Commercial insurances are paying for it in the offices. 

Talk to your doctor about Shingrix & protect yourself against shingles today! 

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