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Southeastern Integrated Medical
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Serving North Central Florida
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Skilled specialists for premium care.
SIMED has a proud tradition of offering convenient, affordable, quality health care in multiple specialty areas.
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First Care Urgent Care is a Full Service Occupational and Urgent Care Clinic.
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Multiple services, one health record.
SIMED combines primary care physicians, specialists, diagnostic and therapeutic services in an integrated team approach.

Latest News

Tips on Healthy Aging

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Sep 2016

Tips on Healthy Aging

By: Seth.Perkins | Tags: Primary Care, Seth Perkins MD

The United States is aging. According to the CDC (Center of Disease Control), longer life spans and aging baby boomers will combine to double the population of Americans aged 65 years or older during the next 25 years. September is healthy aging awareness month and as the weather cools it’s a good it’s time to start working on improving your physical, mental and social well-being.

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Jan 2017

Starfish Award Division & Employee Winners

By: jenna.hyde | Tags:

Award Winners: Second Half of 2016 
Starfish Award Division & Employee Winners:

Division Winners: Gainesville Primary Care
The Starfish Awards recognizes a Divisional Starfish winner based on number of positive Patient responses & feedback. 

Employee Winners:
Kathy Watson, Rheumatology
Heidi Lynch, Pain Management
Stacia Martinez, Primary Care
Amanda Sallie, Villages Hand Center
Katie Walters, Ocala Primary Care

10 Ways to Stay Healthy

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Sep 2016

10 Ways to Stay Healthy

By: Shelley.Roque | Tags: Primary Care, Shelley Roque MD

Staying fit and active can have a very positive impact on your overall health. According to Fitness.gov, “Less than 5% of American adults participate in 30 minutes of physical activity each day, and only one in three adults receive the recommended amount of physical activity each week.” On top of that “typical American diets exceed the recommended intake levels or limits in four categories: calories from solid fats and added sugars; refined grains; sodium; and saturated fat.