Annual Flu Vaccine is a valuable step in protecting your health. This year we recommend that patients go to their local pharmacy for the annual flu vaccine.
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We look forward to serving you better with Everseat.
Our office has been providing patients with their records at the time of service since 1982. However, in order to comply with HIPAA and Meaningful Use standards and to facilitate communication with our patients, we now have a patient portal for our patients to enroll in and use. Our staff will provide you with the necessary activation user ID and temporary password to create your account.
Messages to Dr. Ang must be sent through the portal. Please activate your portal. Should you have any questions regarding your records, test results, and orders, please message Dr. Ang through the portal and he will answer your question.
Read our post on the things you can do in the portal. Read More
The Centers for Disease Control urges physicians and patients alike to understand when an antibiotic is a useful tool and when it is not. Evidence based steps to identify when an antibiotic is useful and when it is not is the best approach to avoid antibiotic resistance.
This means an office visit when you believe an antibiotic is needed. At the time of service we can perform a Complete Blood Cell count – this may indicate whether you have a bacterial infection, a viral infection, or an allergy. For upper respiratory illnesses, a strep test can indicate if you may have a strep infection that may be treated with an antibiotic. For a suspected Urinary Tract Infection a standard urinalysis may provide evidence as to the probability of an infection or a different problem.
To this end, we will not provide antibiotics without an office visit.