Services provided

Sick visits
Newborn care
Well child visits
Immunizations
Sports physicals
Minor office surgery
Preventative care
Routine adult care
Adult immunizations
Adult physicals

and more...
What We Do

    We provide primary care services to patients of all ages.  
    Office services include sick visits, well visits & immunizations
    for infants and children, adolescent & young adult care, camp
    & sports physicals, pre-employment physicals, routine adult
    physicals & health maintenance visits, minor office surgical
    needs, and the care of adult and geriatric patients.  

All rights reserved, Auburn Pediatric and Adult Medicine, L.L.C.
What is Med-Peds?

    After medical school, doctors
    must complete a residency
    program in their desired
    specialty.  The combined med-
    peds residency simultaneously
    prepares a doctor to do both
    internal medicine and pediatrics.  
    The graduate can be board
    certified in both specialties and
    functions in the same capacity as
    a pediatric specialist and an adult
    medicine specialist.  Med-Peds
    physicians are able to care for
    patients of any age..
What is a Nurse Practitioner?

    Nurse practitioners are nurses who
    have completed special training in
    diagnosing and managing
    diseases and have the ability to
    provide a broad range of medical
    services under the supervision of a
    physician.  Nurse practitioners are
    required to be certified, much like
    a physician, and hold a license to
    practice in their state.  A nurse
    practitioner can extend the role of a
    physician by caring for patients
    through a collaborative relationship
    with the physician, allowing more
    patients to receive care.   

2353 Bent Creek Road
Suite 110
Auburn, AL  36830
phone (334) 887-8707
fax (334) 887-8706

2353 Bent Creek Road
Suite 110
Auburn, AL  36830
phone (334) 887-8707
fax (334) 887-8706
What is a Physician Assistant?

    Physician assistants are nationally
    certified and state-licensed medical
    professionals with an education
    modeled on the medical school
    curriculum. PAs diagnose and treat
    illnesses while working autonomously
    or in collaboration with other
    members of the healthcare team.
    PAs can extend the role of a
    physician by caring for patients
    through a collaborative relationship
    with the physician, allowing more
    patients to receive care.