North Roswell Internal Medicine

North Roswell Internal Medicine Our Mission is to provide comprehensive healthcare while upholding the valuable standards for practicing Internal Medicine. We strive to achieve our goals while always remembering what is right for our patients and their healthcare.

Our well-trained team is focused on providing a high standard of care in a warm, friendly and efficient office environment. We love to learn and pass the knowledge on to our patients and students. Active participation in medical research keeps our doctors and staff updated about new medications, and we transfer that knowledge to students from Emory, KSU and UAB. We encourage you to be an active participant in your healthcare.

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Operating as usual

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10/30/2021

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FDA Approves First COVID-19 Vaccine
08/24/2021
FDA Approves First COVID-19 Vaccine

FDA Approves First COVID-19 Vaccine

FDA approved the first COVID-19 vaccine, now marketed as Comirnaty, for the prevention of COVID-19 disease in individuals 16 years of age and older.

COVID19 time 🤳and fun time before 😷Working with great people makes work easier🩺💉💊🦠
08/21/2021

COVID19 time 🤳and fun time before 😷
Working with great people makes work easier🩺💉💊🦠

Meet the scientist couple driving an mRNA vaccine revolution
08/04/2021
Meet the scientist couple driving an mRNA vaccine revolution

Meet the scientist couple driving an mRNA vaccine revolution

As COVID-19 spread, BioNTech cofounders Uğur Şahin and Özlem Türeci had one goal: to make a safe, effective vaccine faster than ever before. In this illuminating conversation with head of TED Chris Anderson, the immunologists (and married couple) share the fascinating story of how their decades ...

02/26/2021
Abbott guide for testing
12/02/2020

Abbott guide for testing

10/27/2020
10/22/2020

Health care is the only industry in American commerce where consumers are left in the dark about the cost of a service until after it’s provided.

Hospital Pricing Disclosure
The nation’s second most powerful court seemed likely Thursday to uphold a rule that has become a cornerstone of the Trump administration’s health-care agenda and forces hospitals to disclose the prices they privately negotiate with insurance companies. Oct,2020

10/14/2020

Per Longevity Physician recommandation:
when it comes to reasonably boosting performance and creating a good base for longevity, one does not necessarily be wealthy. The components of the “magic mixture” are the well-known pillars of preventative and functional medicine: exercise, nutrition, supplements, moderation. However, longevity physicians are now able to customize the right proportions of each for a specific person, minding the bio-variability, comorbidities, chronological age, but also lifestyle and preferences. In an extreme generalization, I would suggest caloric restriction via intermittent fasting to an overall healthy person, with at least an A-Z vitamin and mineral supplement, 15-30min workout at least 3 times a week, moderation in substance use to the minimum, but with permissible enjoyment, if needed (alcohol and cigarettes), a minimum of 6 hours of sleep without interruption, circadian rhythm (regular times) of sleep and food intake, no meals at night (at least 4 hours before night rest) and very importantly – cognitive activities (books, foreign languages, crosswords), preferably rewarding ones so that the psychological wellbeing area is also covered. Everyone is able to use stairs as their gym, to not to eat before sleep, to choose water over other drinks, to laugh aloud to oneself, and to learn text parts by heart (because decelerating psychological aging and cognitive decline are crucial aspects of healthy longevity).

Piedmont Healthcare
07/31/2020

Piedmont Healthcare

How safe is the local gym right now? What about a big wedding? Is it even OK to open the mail?

Some places are riskier than others during #COVID19, but our guide can help you navigate it all.

Learn more about staying safe: https://bit.ly/2XcgQ2Y

Woodstock Pediatric Medicine
07/18/2020

Woodstock Pediatric Medicine

We know COVID is on almost everyone's mind...it has yet to leave ours. However, be reassured we are doing everything to keep everyone healthy in our office and those who enter. Here are some steps we are taking and asking our patients to take while in our office:

*All patients over the age of 2 and their parents are required to wear face masks while in our practice. If you do not have a face mask, please contact us before entering our office so we can arrange for one to be provided to you.

*We now limit one parent per child unless the child is under 3 months of age. We welcome the other parent to be on Facetime or phone during the appointment.

*You and your child will have your temperature taken in our office. Adult temperatures will be taken with an infrared thermometer or a forehead scanner that is sterilized with alcohol before each usage upon checking into our office. If our office deems YOU have a fever, you will be asked to reschedule your appointment or make other arrangements for your child's appointment.

*We are cleaning each exam room after each usage with medical grade cleaners. We are also disinfecting high touch areas on a regular basis and are performing specialized cleaning each night after clinic.

*Our entire staff is required to wear a mask while in the office and maintain social distancing in the best way possible. We have a strict policy of no ill staff at the office. Thankfully, our precautions have yielded no COVID positive employees thus far. Fingers crossed!

*You may have noticed we have changed where you now enter. We have designated our buildings as "Well" and "Sick" and even our "Sick" building has been separated into "semi-sick" and "Contagious".

Thank you for your help and support during these crazy times. If you need us, call us. We're here for you!

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-nCoV/index.html
https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/if-you-are-sick/index.html

Coronavirus Disease 2019
07/05/2020
Coronavirus Disease 2019

Coronavirus Disease 2019

CDC is closely monitoring an outbreak caused by a novel (new) coronavirus in Wuhan City, China.

05/17/2020
Bravery and Hope: 7 Days on the Front Line

Bravery and Hope: 7 Days on the Front Line

A team of CBS News journalists embedded with emergency physicians and critical care specialists at Montefiore Medical Center in the Bronx at the height of the coronavirus pandemic.

05/16/2020
TED-Ed

TED-Ed

What exactly is a coronavirus, and how does it spread?

Fulton County COVID-19 cases by City and Zip Code as of May 11.
05/13/2020

Fulton County COVID-19 cases by City and Zip Code as of May 11.

Fulton County COVID-19 cases by City and Zip Code as of May 11.

Should my child still get routine vaccines during the COVID-19 pandemic?While COVID-19 is disrupting our daily lives, th...
05/13/2020

Should my child still get routine vaccines during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While COVID-19 is disrupting our daily lives, the short answer is yes, do try to get your child vaccinated where services are available. It is important that children and babies keep their vaccinations up to date because they protect them from serious diseases. It means that when your children can return to interacting with other children, they’ll have protection from some other diseases too.

If you are unsure of whether or not your immunization service is still running as usual, please check with your health care provider. Because the COVID-19 situation is changing every day, you might find your health care providers will be adjusting their way of providing care as things change. If you cannot get to a clinic when your child’s next vaccinations are due, make a note somewhere to try again as soon as the services resume.

What do you think we can learn from this outbreak? What can it teach us about other diseases and the decision to vaccinate?
This outbreak reminds us of how valuable vaccines are. It shows us that when there is a vaccine available for a disease, we should keep our children and ourselves up to date with that vaccination. Without the protection of vaccines, diseases can spread quickly and with terrible consequences. For example, measles and other diseases remain a constant risk. We are so fortunate to have the protection of vaccines against these diseases.

How do vaccines work?
Vaccines help train our immune system to fight infections by introducing an inactivated form of a germ (bacteria or virus) into the body. Since it is inactivated, it cannot make us sick. However, it triggers our body’s immune system to produce defences called antibodies. Then, if you ever catch the germ, your body’s immune system will already know how to fight it.

We've changed our look, but definitely haven't changed our style. New paint, new construction, same love, same dedication. More than ever, we needed something bright in our lives at WPM!!

We have separated our buildings into Well & Sick to help accommodate the safety of our patients and our staff during this difficult time.

We are open and we are open for YOU!!
Let us know how we can help!

We offer COVID19  IgM,IgG testing . The presence of immunoglobulin M (IgM) antibodies indicate recent exposure to COVID-...
04/28/2020

We offer COVID19 IgM,IgG testing . The presence of immunoglobulin M (IgM) antibodies indicate recent exposure to COVID-19, while the presence of immunoglobulin G (IgG) antibodies indicate later-stage infection.

Millennials might be interested to know if they have been exposed and developed an immune response to the virus.

Patients are asking:
If you have developed immune response , what does it mean?
We do not know how long your immunity would last and how protective it is, but it should be protective for some time.

04/24/2020
Countrywide Testing

Countrywide Testing

Phamatech’s COVID-19 IgG/IgM Test Cassette was developed as a 10 - 15 minutes simple field medical test using a lateral flow immunoassay that will allow field personnel with minimal training to perform. The test detects the presence of IgG and IgM antibodies specific to 2019n-CoV (detected in China in 2019) generally available in whole blood/serum/plasma after infection by 2019n-CoV.

04/24/2020

Call us to schedule your COVID-19 IgG/IgM Rapid Test

How is the serological test administered?
Serological tests rely on detecting antibodies in a blood sample, usually obtained through a simple finger prick. These tests do not require special equipment to process the results, which allows them to be used in laboratories or at point-of-care.
What’s the science behind it?
When you’re exposed to the virus, your body develops antibodies, which can take several days to over a week. Antibodies are proteins your body makes when mounting a response against invading germs.
The presence of immunoglobulin M (IgM) antibodies indicate recent exposure to COVID-19, while the presence of immunoglobulin G (IgG) antibodies indicate later-stage infection. The rapid response serological tests typically use a technique called enzyme-linked immunological assay (ELISA), which detects the presence of these antibodies to the virus.
How long does it take to get results with serological tests?
Serological tests are typically much faster than standard molecular tests. The FDA has authorized several serological tests, including one by Cellex that delivers results in about 15 minutes. Previously, Bodysphere announced the approval of a 2 minute serological test, but they later clarified as the test was not actually approved.
How accurate are serological tests?
Since it can take several days for the body to develop an antibody response to the virus, serological tests may not be useful in identifying a current infection alone. They have the potential of producing a false negative, a false result when you actually have the infection.
However, they can identify individuals who have had the infection and have recovered, suggesting that those people are now immune to the virus. It is still unclear how long any immunity lasts and if reinfection is possible.
As mentioned above, the FDA only just recently started authorizing serological tests, but many had been used for coronavirus testing prior to this under previous FDA guidelines. FDA authorization is still not required for these tests, but several companies have or plan to submit authorization requests, including Abbott, who recently announced the release of a serological test specific for IgG antibodies (later-stage infection) with plans to ship 1 million tests to customers immediately, and up to 20 million by the end of June.

As pediatric offices are helping your kids we are here to help  you at North Roswell Internal Medicine. We may help you ...
03/31/2020

As pediatric offices are helping your kids we are here to help you at North Roswell Internal Medicine. We may help you stay away from ER

Telemedicine is almost like being in our office, speaking to our providers, sharing your concerns and getting sound, medical advice...all from the comfort of your own living room, backyard, kitchen or wherever you are with a device that has a camera. Give us a call and we will see if this is a right service for your needs.

How is everyone doing? Are we still hanging in there? Sure we are! We got this!.....but just in case you're not sure, give us a call. Times are crazy right now. Anxiety is sky high. Everyone is worried. We may not have all the answers, but we definitely can support one another in times such as this.

How else are we trying to support you?....through telemedicine. Telemedicine is almost like being in our office, speaking to our providers, sharing your concerns and getting sound, medical advice...all from the comfort of your own living room, backyard, kitchen or wherever you are with a device that has a camera. Give us a call and we will see if this is a right service for your needs.

Here's some tips:

1. Have your child with you in a well-lit room free of distractions.
2. Visits work best with a smart phone, computer with a camera and a microphone.
3. Tools you might need? A thermometer, a flashlight, a scale for your child's weight and the name of your pharmacy.
4. Your provider is going to ask you to help with the exam!
5. Don't be nervous! Ask questions. Your child may ask questions. Whatever helps your child be more comfortable (a toy, a pet) will help us.

03/27/2020
Woodstock Pediatric Medicine

Telemedicine is here. Call us to schedule you virtual visit and stay safe

Not sure if you should come in? Let us do a virtual telemedicine visit with you. Call our office to schedule a time and for more information!

And wash your hands :)

Coronavirus Checker
03/24/2020
Coronavirus Checker

Coronavirus Checker

Check your risk for COVID-19 based on best clinical practices, CDC guidelines, illness severity and risk factors like age and pre-existing conditions.

Coronavirus Checker
03/24/2020
Coronavirus Checker

Coronavirus Checker

Check your risk for COVID-19 based on best clinical practices, CDC guidelines, illness severity and risk factors like age and pre-existing conditions.

In light of the present situation with the COVID-19 virus, we will be providing Telehealth capabilities which will enabl...
03/24/2020
Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

In light of the present situation with the COVID-19 virus, we will be providing Telehealth capabilities which will enable our patients to schedule virtual visits with our providers. We are seeing patients at the office but for some patients Telehealth might be an easier and safer option. You can contact our staff via telephone and the patient portal for help with scheduling. Please feel free to contact us with questions during these difficult times, we will do our best to accommodate and help.

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html?s_cid=bb-coronavirus-2019-ncov-NCIRD

Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is a virus (more specifically, a coronavirus) identified as the cause of an outbreak of respiratory illness first detected in Wuhan, China.

Address

11050 Crabapple Rd, Building A, Suite 104B
Roswell, GA
30075

General information

Preventive care, follow up of chronic medical diseases, immunization, common medical problems, labs, EKG, spirometry, Reevue system (calculation of resting metabolic rate).

Opening Hours

Monday 7:30am - 5pm
Tuesday 7:30am - 5pm
Wednesday 7:30am - 5pm
Thursday 7:30am - 5pm
Friday 7:30am - 12pm
Saturday 8am - 12pm

Telephone

(770) 645-0017

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