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SIMED has a proud tradition of offering convenient, affordable, quality health care in multiple specialty areas.
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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

Get some relief this Ragweed Season

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Aug 2016

Get some relief this Ragweed Season

By: Dan Duncanson | Tags: SIMED Allergy & Asthma, Mercedes Pernice MD, Belen Tan MD, Wendell Colberg MD

Fall is just around the corner. As the season changes we trade I the sweltering hot days of summer for the cooler, crisp days of autumn. The humidity drops, the days get shorter and the nights longer. Being outdoors becomes much more comfortable. The fall season brings changes to the weather, but other things in the environment change as well.

Be prepared this year with Immunization & Vaccines

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Aug 2016

Be prepared this year with Immunization & Vaccines

By: David.Lefkowitz | Tags: David Lefkowitz MD, Primary Care, First Care

August is National Immunization Awareness Month (NIAM) The goal of NIAM is to increase awareness about immunizations across the lifespan, from infants to the elderly. August is an ideal time to make sure everyone is up-to-date on vaccines before heading back to school and to plan ahead to receive flu vaccine. Getting vaccinated is an easy way to stay healthy all year round. During the month of August, take the time to make sure that you and your loved ones have received all of the vaccinations you need.

Gynecological surgeon Prethi Vaddadi,MD has recently joined the SIMED Women’s Health team and she specializes in robotic surgery.

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Aug 2016

Robotic Surgery for Women's Health

By: Prethi.Vaddadi | Tags: Prethi Vaddadi MD, SIMED Women's Health

Facing surgery can be a frightening experience fraught with questions, doubts and uncertainties. However, most surgeries are elective, meaning that you decide if surgery is the best option for you and elect to have the procedure. This decision process often gives you needed time to prepare, which is an important step. Research suggests that women who prepare mentally and physically for surgery have fewer complications, less pain and recover more quickly than those who don't prepare.

- "Preparation for Surgery | HealthyWomen." Ed. Ranit Mishori, 28 Apr. 2011.