Feeling confident you have great health care for your children and teens is important. If you’re looking for care, one of the first steps is to decide what type of doctor or provider best fits your specific needs. Many parents wonder about the differences in family medicine doctors, family nurse practitioners, and pediatricians.Read More
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Summer is in full swing, and it’s the perfect time for children, teens, and families to enjoy the outdoors. Not only is outside time fun, it usually provides exercise. However, parents also need to be aware of the safety hazards that can come with summer activities. Whether you’re swimming, bicycling, going to the park, or just playing games in the backyard, follow these summer safety tips for a healthy and injury-free summer.Read More
Looking for Exceptional Health Care? Discover How LeBauer Nurses are Boosting the Patient Experience
What kind of experience do you want when you visit the doctor’s office?
- Compassionate, kind, and supportive care?
- Staff with a wealth of experience and an approachable demeanor?
- The ability to build a relationship with the care team?
Ten nurses and medical assistants at various LeBauer Primary Care locations were recognized for these qualities and more at the Cone Health Nursing Excellence Awards held in May. LeBauer is a part of Cone Health Medical Group and the Cone Health Network.Read More
For everyone from preschoolers to adults, Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) Debbie Gessner offers a simple approach to wellness. Eat well. Sleep well. And get outdoors. Located at LeBauer’s Horse Pen Creek location, she is a resource to families who want to get healthy and stay healthy.
“I have always wanted to help people,” Gessner said.Read More
You just saw your doctor yesterday, and she recommended you begin checking your blood pressure twice a day. She also suggested contacting her if your blood pressure stayed over a certain level for more than a day. However, you’re confused about the best times of day to take the blood pressure readings, and you’re not sure you remember her directions correctly. You could call the office, leave a message, and wait for the nurse to call you back. Or, if your doctor’s office offers an online health portal, you could log into your account and check the summary of your visit. You could also send a message to the doctor and be notified by email when he or she sends a response.Read More
Samantha Worley, PA, started helping patients achieve a healthy balance before she even completed her physician assistant training. She began her career as a registered dietitian, offering medical nutrition therapy for Cone Health patients for three and a half years. She helped patients meet specific medical and health goals through nutrition counseling.
“I wanted to widen the scope of how I could treat patients and find other avenues of preventive care in addition to diet,” says Worley of her decision to pursue a career as a physician assistant.Read More
Flowers and chocolate may be the hottest selling items around Valentine’s Day, but the celebration isn’t confined to romantic relationships. It’s a great opportunity to spend time with anyone you love – from Grandma to your children to close friends. And research shows that people who have several healthy social or family relationships actually enjoy better health.Read More
A Focus on Patient Relationships
Dr. Erica Wallace grew up in a small town in northeast Georgia. She looked up to her local doctor,who treated almost everyone in town. “Since the age of 7, I knew I wanted to be a physician,” she said. Now, Wallace aspires to get to know her own patients as well as he did. “I enjoy taking care of the entire family, including multiple generations.”
Wallace is a graduate of the Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine. She completed her residency at Cone Health Family Medicine and worked for Kernodle Clinic in Burlington, NC, for five years. She currently resides in Greensboro, NC, with her husband and two children.Read More