Wellcome to Medical Care For Family
Dr. Tea Amzoyeva and our staff members are dedicated to integrity in our service and excellence in our results. Our approach is understanding our patients individually and then offering a treatment that is best for their needs. Main focus is primary and secondary prevention of the disease, which helps to build future health of our patients.
Care of all acute illnesses, including wound suturing
Acute illnesses like colds, sore throats, and bladder infections, along with minor injuries like muscle sprains , burns, skin cuts, laceration as well as cyst and abscess are health problems that usually occur suddenly, and often require timely medical attention. While many acute illnesses are relatively short-lived and often go away on their own, some can be serious and require treatment. Medical Care For Family here to guide you on the road to good health.
Preventative screening and Consultation
Preventive health screening and consultation in primary care in 30- to 49-year-olds produce significantly better life expectancy without extra direct and total costs over a six-year follow-up period. Anual physical and emotioan exam, blood test, EKG and urine test helps detect any health concerns early , before they bocome major medical problems.
Drug screening for employers
Employers design drug-free workplace programs to protect their organizations from the impact of drug abuse. Pre-employment drug testing helps prevent the hiring of individuals who abuse drugs and is most often performed as a part of the job application process.
Because every business and workforce is unique, every employer should make a careful determination about the drug testing program elements that are most beneficial for their workplace.
The ADA places restrictions on employers when it comes to asking job applicants to answer medical questions, take a medical exam, or identify a disability.
An employer may not ask a job applicant, for example, if he or she has a disability (or about the nature of an obvious disability). An employer also may not ask a job applicant to answer medical questions or take a medical exam before making a job offer. An employer may ask a job applicant whether they can perform the job and how they would perform the job. The law allows an employer to condition a job offer on the applicant answering certain medical questions or successfully passing a medical exam, but only if all new employees in the same job have to answer the questions or take the exam.
The law also requires that the employers keep all medical records and information confidential and in separate medical files.