Many serious and life-threatening diseases are preventable. Arthritis, diabetes and heart disease are preventable. That’s why preventive care is probably the most important medical care you can receive. Whether you receive it from a family physician, a general physician or a primary care physician, it’s important that you follow their prescribed preventive care program, which may include risk assessments, diagnostic testing and lifestyle modifications for best results.
We recommend an annual wellness exam for all of our patients, including:
We develop a “Personalized Prevention Health Plan” designed to help you prevent disease and disability based on your current health and risk factors. We believe that preventive medicine focuses on the health of individuals and communities.
Our goal is to protect, promote,and maintain your health and well-being while preventing disease, disability and death. Learn more about preventive health care from the United States Preventive Services Task Force.
Are you searching for a “primary care physician near me”? Call Dr. Miguel Nunez at 305-442-0633 or use our Request an Appointment form. We welcome patients from West Miami, Downtown Miami, South Miami, Flagami, Little Havana, Coral Gables, Coconut Grove, Allapattah and neighboring locations.
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