Chronic Care Management
Explore personalized and attentive chronic care management at AZ Medical. Dr. Asfaw’s proficiency in internal medicine ensures that your health is in expert hands. Our team is committed to developing individualized treatment plans that address your specific needs, promoting long-term well-being and optimal health outcomes.
Managing Chronic Diseases
Welcome to our advanced healthcare facility, where we excel in managing chronic diseases with unparalleled expertise and compassion. At AZmedical, we understand the unique challenges posed by conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure, liver, kidney issues, and more. Our dedicated team of healthcare professionals is committed to providing comprehensive and personalized care tailored to your individual needs.
Preventative Health Screenings
Living well with chronic conditions can be easier with a partner in your corner. Our Chronic Care Management program provides ongoing support and guidance for individuals managing two or more conditions like diabetes, heart disease, or even chronic pain. Through personalized care plans, medication monitoring, regular check-ins, and seamless communication with specialists, we empower you to take control of your health, achieve your goals, and build a healthier future.
Pre-surgical Evaluations / Medical Clearance
Undergoing surgery can be anxiety-inducing, but our comprehensive Pre-surgical Evaluations / Medical Clearance program is here to ensure you approach the procedure with confidence and clarity.
Problem Focused Visits for new Symptoms
New symptoms can be unsettling, but you don’t have to wait for your annual checkup to get answers. Our Problem-Focused Visits offer prompt and efficient care for acute concerns.
- Same-day appointments
- Experienced physicians
- Comprehensive assessment
- Clear diagnosis and treatment plan
- Follow-up and support
The Latest Covid-19 Guidelines
Stay home for 5 days if you test positive, wear a high-quality mask for 10 days, and avoid high-risk individuals until day 11. Get vaccinated and boosted, especially if vulnerable, and consider masking in crowded indoor settings. This summarizes the latest CDC recommendations as of January 17, 2024. Remember, guidelines may vary by location. Check with your local health department for specific details.