Wellness Care for Adults and Children
We offer well visits to prevent health problems before they start. If your goal is health prevention, managing a chronic illness or referral for specialty care, we're here to help.
To make an appointment, call 216-778-2273.
Regular visits with your PCP can help prevent or manage conditions like:
- Heart disease. Your doctor checks important heart disease risk factors, like blood pressure and cholesterol numbers. If they're high, you can take steps to keep your heart health in check.
- Cancer. Not all types of cancer have obvious symptoms—or any symptoms at all. Your doctor listens to your concerns and recommend appropriate cancer screenings.
- Diabetes. Your doctor keeps an eye on your blood sugar levels and identifies your risk for diabetes.
- Flu and related complications. An annual flu shot is one of the best ways to avoid the flu and potentially serious complications like pneumonia.
MetroHealth's Wellness Team
- Doctors of Osteopathic Medicine (DOs): Osteopathic doctors are board-certified and focus on a holistic, empathic approach to medicine.
- General Internists (General Practitioners, PCPs): Our board-certified internists are trained to deliver primary care for people ages 18 and older.
- Family Physicians: Family physicians are uniquely suited to care for your growing family. Like Med-Peds, they're trained to treat both adults and children. In addition, family physicians also specialize in OB-GYN services.
- Med-Peds: These doctors are trained in both internal medicine (adult medicine) and pediatrics, they're qualified to treat adults, children and infants.
- Nurse Practitioners (NPs): With advanced degrees in nursing, our NPs work closely with doctors to offer a broad range of services—including physical exams, diagnosing and managing diseases, writing prescriptions, coordinating referrals and more.
- Pediatricians: Our board-certified pediatricians, specialists and nurse practitioners provide highly skilled and compassionate care for children throughout the Cleveland Metro area.
- Physician Assistants (PAs): Trained to provide primary care under the direction of a doctor—PAs take medical histories, perform physical exams, and assist in diagnosing and managing diseases.
Picking a Health Care Provider
We don't believe that primary care should be one-size-fits-all—and we encourage our patients to think the same way. It's important to have a provider who knows you as a person—not just a name on a schedule or chart. Building a long-term relationship with your doctor means you have an expert on your side to help you meet your health needs and goals, even as they change over time.