Our services include annual and periodic preventative health services, routine well child and adult care, prompt sick and urgent care visits, newborn services, employments physicals, chronic disease management and support. Our providers integrate the biological, clinical and behavioral sciences to provide continuing and comprehensive health care.
Dr. Robert Berke, Dr. Alexander Selioutski and Dr. Albert Persia lead the primary care team of FHMS physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, nursing and medical technology staff, as well as a broad team of support staff.
Your medical team at FHMS is aware of concerns that the Coronavirus pandemic is causing within the community.
Family Health Medical Services has implemented strict processes for ill patients who may have concerns about symptoms of Coronavirus. Patients with fever, cough or shortness of breath are not being treated in any of our offices.
Please read the full article to determine if you should keep your regular scheduled appointment.
Colorectal cancer affects men and women of all racial and ethnic groups, and is most often found in people who are 50 years old or older.
Of cancers that affect both men and women, colorectal cancer is the second leading cancer killer in the United States, but it doesn’t have to be. Colorectal Cancer screenings saves lives.
The safety of our patients and our employees is our number one priority.
If you are experiencing any of the following flu like symptoms such as fever, coughing, rash, vomiting, diarrhea body aches or shortness of breath, we ask that you call the office before coming to your appointment. Please do not come directly to the office without speaking to a member of our medical team.
The estimated temperature was 23 degrees on Saturday. Before the first plunger hit the water, the 2020 Polar Plunge had raised over $6,000 for FeedMore WNY in Chautauqua County.
Do you know what causes cardiovascular disease in women? What about the survival rate? Or whether women of all ethnicities share the same risk?
The fact is: cardiovascular disease is the No. 1 killer of women, causing 1 in 3 deaths each year.