Dialysis is the process of eliminating waste and unwanted water from the blood; a natural process of normal kidneys. Dialysis treatments are provided to patients who are experiencing kidney failure. Patients typically receive dialysis three days a week for about three and half to four hours each treatment. Tri-State Dialysis, Grand River Medical Group’s dialysis […]
During a routine exam, our clinicians will exam your health, review past medical history, and perform any preventative testing necessary based on age, gender and other health factors. These preventative exams are generally covered by your insurance carrier. Please note, however, that if a problem-focused issue is addressed during your exam, a charge for that […]
As temperatures rise and summer activities begin we spend more time outside. Whether you are at a baseball game or doing yard work it is important to remember to protect your skin from the sun’s harmful UV rays. UV rays can damage your skin in as little as 15 minutes, so always have sunscreen on […]
As an allergist, I enjoy helping with long-term control of allergy symptoms, in order to improve quality of life and reduce the requirement for medications over time. One of the most effective treatments to achieve these goals is allergen immunotherapy, also called allergy shots. Allergy shots are an excellent option for appropriate patients.
Primary Care Office Locations Call to schedule a sports physical at any of our primary care offices or walk in to our Acute Clinic. Family Medicine Clinic 320 N. Grandview Ave, Suite D 563-583-9300 Monday – Thursday: 8:00am-5:30pm Friday: 8:00am-5:00pm Multispecialty Clinic 1515 Delhi St, Suite 100 563-557-9111 Monday – Friday: 7:30am-5:00pm Saturday: 7:30am-12:00pm Pediatric Clinic 1500 Delhi St, Suite 3500 […]
February 4th is World Cancer Day, and Grand River Medical Group would like to spread their knowledge and support to all of those battling this disease. Cancer can be a scary thing. Just know that you’re not alone. Our oncology team is here to assist you in becoming a more active patient throughout your fight with […]
Even if you skip the salt shaker for your meals, you might be surprised at how much sodium you’re taking in each day. Most Americans take in well more than the recommended 2,300 milligrams a day which can cause high blood pressure, water retention, kidney disease, and osteoporosis. Crackers, chips and pretzels are well-known high-sodium […]