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Our Website Has a New Look

Online Services Make Refills and Appointments Even Easier

We are pleased to announce our newly redesigned and updated website. The site is filled with information on your care providers and our services and includes online communication tools to allow us to serve you more efficiently.

Requesting a prescription refill or an appointment has never been easier. Fill in the form and click the submit button. That’s all it takes. Our staff is immediately notified that you have made a request and will follow up with you as quickly as possible.

Patients undergoing Coumadin treatment can use our simple-to-use online ...

Healthy Holiday Habits

Celebrations during the holiday season add numerous tasks to our everyday “to do” lists. Shopping, cleaning, decorating, wrapping gifts, entertaining, and traveling are just a few of the many things we do to prepare for and enjoy this busy season. However, let’s not forget the most important task that should be included on your list – taking care of your health.

Avoid overeating.

Overeating is a common way to celebrate. However, let the turkey be the only one stuffed. At the end of the holiday season you will be glad you did!

  • Don’t skip meals – you’ll be even ...

Physician Assistants (PA’s)

Physician Assistants Provide a Variety of Patient Care Services

Burke Primary Care’s dedicated healthcare team includes four certified physician assistants (PA-C), David Lange, Burton Moncrief, John Sallstrom and Bill Vaassen. PA-Cs are formally trained to provide diagnostic, therapeutic and preventive healthcare services working under the supervision of a physician. They provide a vital part of the health care team and are charged with a wide range of medical duties.

PA’s treat illnesses, order and interpret laboratory tests and x rays and make diagnoses. They also treat minor injuries, instruct and counsel patients, order or carry out therapy and ...

If Your Child Gets Strep

Call your doctor right away if your child gets sick. Medications used to treat strep in some patients work best when started as early as possible.

  • The doctor may start your child on an antibiotic in order to shorten the contagious period of your child’s strep throat.
  • Keep your child away from others as to not spread the infection.
  • Some over-the-counter medicines may be used to treat mild pain and fever, such as Tylenol or Advil.
  • A fever is a temperature taken with a thermometer that is equal to or greater than 100 degrees Fahrenheit (37.8 degrees Celsius ...

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