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(Savannah primary care physicians) SouthCoast Health welcomes Dr. Misal Patel to Pooler location

Saturday, September 26th, 2020
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Dr Misal Patel

Looking for a primary care physician in Pooler?

SouthCoast Health, a medical leader across the Coastal Empire and Lowcountry, welcomes Dr. Misal Patel to its ever-growing roster medical experts.

Dr. Patel is now seeing patients at the newly-expanded Pooler location (Godley Station Professional Park, 1000 Towne Center Blvd., Building 1200, Pooler). A Savannah native, Dr. Patel specializes in a variety of primary care services, and specializes in preventive care and management of chronic diseases.

Learn more here.

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SouthCoast Health adds three new physicians

Saturday, November 2nd, 2019

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SouthCoast Health has added three new physicians to its roster of board-certified medical experts: new  family medicine physician, a cardiologist, or a pediatrician.

Dr. Rebecca Sellers (Family Medicine) practices at the Richmond Hill campus, Dr. Jonathan Lanham (Cardiology) sees patients in Building 2 at the Savannah campus, and Dr. Blaine Crosland (Pediatrics) joins the SouthCoast Health Pediatric Team in Richmond Hill .

With the addition of these physicians, SouthCoast Health now has more than 120 healthcare providers on staff. This allows SouthCoast Health to offer a breadth of care under one banner, and an immense amount of convenience for new and current patients.

Read more here.

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Family Medicine, Savannah Primary Care Doctors: SouthCoast Health’s Adam F. Novack, M.D.

Thursday, June 13th, 2019
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Adam F. Novack, M.D.

How to protect yourself from the heat while still enjoying the perks of life in Savannah.

“When it comes to extreme summer weather, it’s important to know how and why you are vulnerable,” said SouthCoast Health primary care physician Dr. Adam Novack. “If you are aware of those vulnerabilities, like dehydration, sun burn, and fatigue, you can take steps to prevent them while still being able to spend time outdoors.”

SouthCoast Health experts provide four simple tips here on how to help beat the heat.

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Walk-in Hours for Sick Kids – No Appointment Necessary @ Memorial Health University Physicians – Family Medicine Center, Savannah

Saturday, November 29th, 2014

Memorial Health Family Medicine Center Savannah Walk-in hours for sick kids Kids get sick on their own schedule, not yours.

So Memorial Health University Physicians – Family Medicine Center is offering special walk-in hours just for infants and children up to age 17, no appointment necessary.

Family medicine physicians are available Monday through Thursday from 7:30 to 8:30 a.m. to treat colds and flu, strep throat, ear infections, and other illnesses. Stop by for fast, convenient medical care.

When is it best to keep your sick child home from school? Donna Prill, M.D., a family medicine physician at the Family Medicine Center gives parents some important tips in this video:

The Family Medicine Center is conveniently located at 1107 East 66th St., one block south of Memorial University Medical Center.

Appointments for immunizations, school and sports physicals, chronic disease management and other healthcare needs are available by calling 912-350-8404.

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