NOW OPEN: INTERNAL MEDICINE ASSOCIATES OF CRABAPPLE Internal Medicine Associates of Crabapple 875 Mayfield Road, Building A, Milton, GA 30004
Welcome to Internal Medicine Associates of John's Creek & Crabapple
Our goals as providers are to be friendly and approachable partners in your care who are genuinely interested in you and your health. We understand the importance that communication and education play in the provider-patient relationship. We encourage
you to be an active participant in your healthcare and do our best to provide care in every sense of the word. We welcome patients ages 16 and up.
To respect your time and reduce waiting, appointments are required. You may schedule an appointment by calling the office at 678-474-9633. Alternatively, we are pleased to offer you the convenient
option of requesting appointments online via our patient portal. We look forward to seeing you.
All of our locations remain open and we are continuing to see patients with urgent and acute conditions while following all CDC recommendations to help prevent exposure and spread of COVID-19. We now offer virtual visits, available with our physicians.
Please call us to schedule your virtual appointment.
To help prevent exposure and spread of Covid-19, patients arriving for in-office appointments must do so wearing a mask. The patient's temperature will be checked upon arrival, and only the patient will be allowed in the office, unless it is medically necessary to be accompanied.
What is Internal Medicine?
Internal medicine is the branch and specialty of medicine concerning the diagnosis and nonsurgical treatment of diseases in adults, especially of internal organs. Doctors of internal medicine, also called "internists", are required to have included in
their medical schooling and postgraduate training at least three years dedicated to learning how to prevent, diagnose, and treat diseases that affect adults. Internists are sometimes referred to as the "doctor's doctor," because they are often called
upon to act as consultants to other physicians to help solve puzzling diagnostic problems. While the name "internal medicine" may lead one to believe that internists only treat "internal" problems, this is not the case.