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Family physicians are trained to care for you as a whole person, regardless of age or sex.
Internists focus on the prevention and treatment of adult diseases.
Patient-centered medical home is a model of care where patients have a direct relationship with a provider who coordinates a cooperative team of healthcare.
Understand common health concerns for women. Also, find a primary care women’s health specialist.
Explore geriatric care at Cleveland Clinic as a patient, caregiver or medical professional.
Learn about infectious disease treatment and infectious disease clinics.
Hospitalists focus on patients' general medical care while hospitalized. Find information for patients and medical professionals.
Whether you have complex, chronic or co-existing health problems that require extra attention, we are here to help you.
Learn the steps you can take to stay healthy while traveling abroad.
U.S.News & World Report and the online physician community Doximity have released the first-ever physician survey identifying the nation's most highly regarded internal medicine residency programs. Cleveland Clinic was nominated as one of the top 15 internal medicine residency programs in the country.
As a patient, you have rights. David Longworth, MD, Chair of Medicine Institute, shares the 10 expectations that makes you an active patient in your medical care.
More than half of all foodborne illnesses are caused by some very nasty bugs called noroviruses. Many times when people think they have food poisoning or a "stomach bug," they have in fact been infected by a norovirus. The unpleasant symptoms include stomach pain, nausea and diarrhea.
Flu season is here and the CDC recommends that everyone over six months of age get vaccinated. But that is especially true if you are pregnant. Flu can be far more severe in pregnant women than in women who are not pregnant.
Susan J. Rehm, MD, Receives the John P. Utz Leadership Award
The National Foundation Of Infectious Diseases (NFID) will honor Medical Director, Susan J. Rehm, MD with the John P. Utz Leadership Award. The John P. Utz Leadership Award is given to individuals who have worked tirelessly in a leadership capacity, on behalf of NFID. Dr. Utz was one of the founders of NFID, and a champion in the fight against infectious diseases. Dr. Rehm has worked tirelessly on NFID’s initiatives since 1988. She was a member of the NFID Board of Directors from 1988-2004 and was president from 2001-2004. Since 2004, Dr.Rehm has been the “face” of NFID while serving as Medical Director, often appearing as a spokesperson for the organization on various infectious disease topics.