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Primary Care Practice In Metro Worcester, MA

Meadowbrook Medical Group is a primary care practice just across the Worcester boarder in West Boylston, MA, and an internal medicine physician practice. We manage the healthcare needs of adult patients in Central Massachusetts and Worcester County. We offer preventive care, help manage chronic conditions, and more. Our office-based healthcare facility gives patients access to board-certified and experienced health care providers. Please, contact our office with any questions.


Addressing All of Your Ailments

What makes our primary care practice very attractive is the shortest wait-time for appointments in all categories: 1-7 days for Established Patients and 1-2 weeks for New Patients. We accept most insurance coverages. What makes our facility special is our location; access from Interstate-190 (I-190) highway exit 4 by private ride to our wide-spaced free parking or via public transportation by bus route to Meadowbrook Plaza.  You will never have to pay to park your car for a doctor's office visit.  We offer coordination of care for a broad range of healthcare services. We identify the needs of our patients and work together with each individual to determine the best resolution, the safest, and the most feasible and effective management plan for the conditions. We offer preventive care to keep you healthy. We collaborate with medical subspecialists and surgical specialists to best address the needs of our patients in a scope-of-care practice sensitive ways. Not only that, we make it possible and very easy for you to consistently stay up to date with your health information and to stay engaged with your treatment programs using our Patient Portal.

Primary Care Practice In West Boylston, MA

Our practice specialty focuses on:

1.      Evaluating acute illnesses and common urgent care symptom leading to diagnoses such as, but not limited to the common cold, the flu, pneumonia, bronchitis, cellulitis (soft tissue infection) and minor cuts from acute injuries. Are you seeking prompt evaluation of common urgent care symptoms?

2.      Manage chronic conditions such as high blood pressure, diabetes, heart diseases, kidney disease, and any persistent or long-term illnesses or diseases that providers can manage, but not necessarily cure. Do you have a chronic condition? Are you committed to fighting silent killer diseases, especially when your primary care provider can empower you through education and keep you engaged to confidently take on a leadership role in controlling staged disease progression, delaying the development of the potential complication or in delaying the involvement of multiple organs from what may have been a single organ disease?

3.      Performing preventive care services, including age, gender, or risk group-based preventive health screening, vaccinations, physical exams, and behavior counseling. Preventive health services involve taking the measures necessary to detect chronic conditions or illnesses early, as opposed to waiting until the condition develops into some of its preventable complications. Are you harboring a silent killer disease? Have you reviewed recommended vaccinations specific to you (due to age or risk-group) lately with a provider recently?