Well child visits
Minor office surgery
Routine adult care
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.
If hospitalization is required, our patients are admitted to East
Alabama Medical Center. Newborn babies born at East
Alabama Medical Center are seen on the day of delivery;
simply tell your labor and delivery nurse when you are admitted
(or call our office before you go to the hospital).
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
Auburn, AL 36830
phone (334) 887-8707
fax (334) 887-8706