WELCOME TO ARBOR VIEW FAMILY MEDICINE INC.
Our Speciality is Caring for Your Family
We are Currently Accepting new Patients on a Limited Basis
Lancaster’s Choice for Family Physicians Since 1997
Arbor View Family Medicine Physicians are specialists in Family Practice. Our training has prepared us to handle the medical needs of both children and adults. We are one of the few regional practices that manage care of our patients in all settings, including Fairfield Medical Center. Our mission is to promote excellence in health care by providing the highest professional standards of care. Arbor View Family Medicine has been providing care to the families of Lancaster and surrounding communities since 1997. We care for each patient with respect, compassion, and sensitivity.
This web site describes policies and medical services which will be important to you. We encourage questions from you and believe that the best medical care is based on friendly and open communication with you and your family.
We are proud to provide your care in a pleasant facility which is conveniently in Lancaster just off US Route 33. You will find adequate parking and easy access to our building.
Updated symptoms, risk, prevention, and more news from the CDC on the Ebola virus.
FLU SHOTS ARE HERE!
It is once again that time of year, and the flu shots have arrived at Arbor View Family Medicine! The CDC recommends everyone 6 months – 4 years and those 50 older be vaccinated against the flu as well as those at higher risk, visit: http://1.usa.gov/1iHBlfo to see if you are on list. It takes approximately two weeks for the vaccines to fully take effect so it is recommended to get your vaccine well in advance of the height of flu season. Call today to schedule your appointment!
November is Diabetes Awareness Month
November marks American Diabetes Month. Approximately forty percent of adults will be diagnosed with diabetes in their lifetime. The cost is estimated to be a staggering $245 billion dollars and growing. Unfortunately there is no cure. There are two types of diabetes, type one, referred to as juvenile diabetes with typically is diagnosed as a child or young adults. The other type, type two is typically diagnosed as an adult, this form of the disease accounts for the majority of cases of diabetes. For more information visit the American Diabetes Association at http://www.diabetes.org
Arbor View Family Medicine Receives Recognition from Fairfield Medical Center
The physicians at Arbor View Family Medicine were recently recognized with a Certificate of Appreciation from Fairfield Medical Center for precepting resident physicians between April 7 and June 28 of this year. In addition to providing this important training to the next generation of physicians, Arbor View physicians also train physician assistant and nurse practitioner students from various colleges in Ohio. These include, but are not limited to, the Ohio State University, Ohio University, Kettering College, Ohio Dominican, and Marietta College. We are proud to be considered as a rotation site for these schools and hope the students come away with positive experiences aiding them as they strive to reach their goals as providers in the medical field.
Meet the doctors of Arbor View Family Medicine