Internal Medicine & Primary Care Specialists in Cape Coral, Fort Myers, and Lehigh Acres.
Caring for You for Life
Dr. Jerilee Lomas leads her team of Internal Medicine Specialists to take pride in caring for their patients for life, whether in the office, clinic, during hospitalization or intensive care, and in nursing homes. Our 3 locations provide adult Internal Medicine and Primary Care in Cape Coral, Fort Myers, and Lehigh Acres, FL. Dr. Lomas and her staff of Nurse Practitioners and medical staff coordinate their patient’s care and manage difficult medical problems associated with that care. Internal Medicine and Primary care providers work tirelessly with other physicians and specialists to care for the patient as a whole. We are proud to specialize in the diagnoses, treatment, management, and care of the following conditions and many more.
Diabetes, High Blood Pressure, Heart Disease,Weight Gain/Loss, Thyroid Conditions, Kidney Disease, Liver Disease, Respiratory Conditions, Inflammatory Conditions, Depression, Anxiety
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Meet Dr. Lomas
Dr. Lomas and her staff of Nurse Practitioners and medical staff coordinate their patient’s care and manage difficult medical problems associated with that care. Internal Medicine and Primary care providers work tirelessly with other physicians and specialists to care for the patient as a whole.
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Internal Medicine Physicians, Primary Care Physicians, or Internists, are specialists who apply scientific knowledge and clinical expertise to the diagnosis, treatment, and compassionate care of adults across the spectrum of health. They are especially well trained in the diagnosis of puzzling medical problems, in the ongoing care of chronic illnesses, and in caring for patients with more than one disease. Internists also specialize in health promotion and disease prevention.
Internist vs Family Practice
Internal medicine physicians can be called internists, general internists, and doctors of internal medicine. Although internists may act as primary care physicians, they are not family physicians. Our Internal Medicine & Primary Care Specialists care for adult patients who are 18 years of age and above and have offices in Cape Coral, Fort Myers, and Lehigh Acres, FL. We are currently accepting New Patients. Call Now
Internists routinely see patients with conditions such as heart disease, hypertension, diabetes, obesity, and chronic lung disease. Internists also consult with doctors in other fields, or may be called to consult on a patient by another specialist.
To become an internist, a graduate of a four-year medical school must complete a residency in internal medicine. Once internal medicine residency training is complete, a physician may begin to practice internal medicine. An internist may then choose to sub-specialize in a particular area of internal medicine, for example, cardiology or infectious diseases. Subspecialty training, called fellowship, calls for two to three years of additional training.