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Welcome to Internal Medicine at Crystal Run. Our internists (who treat adults age 18 and up) specialize in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of adult diseases including cancer, infections, and diseases affecting the heart, blood, kidneys, joints, and digestive, respiratory and vascular systems.

While our internists’ primary responsibility includes health maintenance and disease screening, they are also trained in the essentials of primary care and serve as consultants to physicians in a variety of disciplines, from surgery to family medicine.

About Internal Medicine Doctors and Their Training

If you’re deciding between an internist and a family practitioner, keep in mind that both are primary care providers, but internists primarily treat adults, while family practitioners treat family members of all ages, from infancy to adulthood.

Internal medicine doctors have an extensive tradition of leveraging the best medical science available in the course of caring for their patients. Sometimes called the “doctor’s doctor,” internists routinely consult their colleagues in the diagnosis of complex (and sometimes puzzling) conditions, including illnesses affecting multiple bodily systems.

After medical school (four years), internists undergo three years of residency training, working in both inpatient and outpatient settings. Some choose to practice general medicine, serving as primary care physicians to patients throughout their adult lives, while others choose to become “hospitalists,” spending much of their time treating hospitalized patients.

Others choose to go into a specific medical subspecialty, such as allergy & immunology, cardiology, gastroenterology, rheumatology, or oncology, often leading to board certification in two specialties (e.g. internal medicine and geriatric medicine).

Internal Medicine Specialists at Crystal Run Healthcare

The board-certified internists at Crystal Run provide highly coordinated care in a patient-centered environment. Our internists take the time to get to know you, understand your health concerns and goals, and answer all of your questions.

Crystal Run Healthcare has been designated a Level-3 Patient-Centered Medical Home by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA), a distinguished designation that speaks to the quality care we provide our patients across our healthcare practice. Learn more about your Medical Home.

We look forward to providing you with the exceptional care for which Crystal Run Healthcare is known.


Know your meds! Every appointment, every time.

It’s important to have and carry a list of your medications with you. When you have your list of medications on-hand, you can quickly answer questions about your medication during check-ups, appointments, or pharmacy visits. This is also helpful in the case of an emergency when you are being cared for by an unfamiliar provider or emergency services personnel who need to know what medication you are currently on and any medication allergies you may have. Saving your medication list as a picture on your smartphone is an efficient method of saving this information; a hand-printed list in your wallet is also helpful! Learn more.

Drug Disposal Options:

Do you have medications you'd like to get rid of? Check out the link below to find a drug take-back location near you, find out how to dispose of medication properly and find our if your medication is on the FDA Flush List.

Safe Disposal of Medications

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