Primary Care

The staff of primary care physicians at Amherst Family Health Center fall into three categories: internal medicine, family medicine and pediatrics.

Internists treat adults, age 18 and older. Internists have in-depth training in adult medical care, from prevention and wellness to complex diseases.

Family physicians see patients of all ages, from newborns to elderly adults. They are trained in many areas, including pediatrics, obstetrics and gynecology, adult medicine and behavioral health.

Pediatricians care for children, from birth to age 21. In addition to caring for physical needs, pediatricians are specialized at guiding children through different stages of emotional and social development.


Audiograms are available for patients concerned about hearing loss or pitch/frequency sensitivity.


Our dermatologists manage a variety of skin, hair and nail diseases, including dermatitis caused by a wide range of allergens; fungal infections; and the damaging effects of prolonged exposure to the sun.


The endocrine system is a major control system of the body, regulating temperature, metabolism and other processes. Specialists at Cleveland Clinic provide comprehensive diabetes care to patients diagnosed with diabetes or those who may be at risk for the disease.

Integrative Medicine

Integrative Medicine consultations consist of an intensive review of the your past medical history, current medical issues, and desired outcomes. Our doctors can then give recommendations and assist you in choosing how to integrate complementary therapies and treatments into your life. They can offer new therapies for chronic illnesses or troubling symptoms such as fatigue, insomnia, nausea, pain, anxiety, and stress.

Medical Oncology/Hematology

Oncologists diagnose and treat both cancerous and non-cancerous tumors. Specialists offer a full range of treatment options, including chemotherapy, and coordination of care with other specialists, such as radiation oncologists or others involved in cancer management, if necessary.

Nuclear Medicine

The Department of Nuclear Medicine utilizes radioactive materials to diagnose the presence of disease in the body and to treat multiple types of cancer, as well as conditions such as Graves’ disease.

Pediatric Hematology/Oncology

Cleveland Clinic Children's Department of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology cares for pediatric patients with cancer and blood disorders.

Physical Therapy

Specially trained rehabilitation therapists work with patients to enhance flexibility, strength, coordination, balance, endurance and mobility.

  • Monday – Saturday: Schedule Varies


Services include: CT scans, general X-ray, MRI, digital mammography, echocardiogram and ultrasound.

Vascular Medicine

Vascular Medicine specialists offer comprehensive care to patients with diseases of the vascular system (arteries, veins, blood vessels), including peripheral artery disease and Raynaud's syndrome, as well as coagulation and thrombotic abnormalities.


Services available include:

  • Acupuncture. Originally developed and practiced in China, this soothing therapy is embraced by patients who seek to alleviate symptoms caused by ailments that range from arthritis to migraines to the aftereffects of chemotherapy.  View conditions that may be treated with Acupuncture.
  • Chiropractic care. Treats problems involving the muscles, tendons, ligaments, bones, cartilage and nervous system.
  • Holistic psychotherapy. Specialists review specific areas of the body from an emotional, spiritual and energetic perspective and is designed to help heal the origin of the disease.
  • Integrative Medicine consults. Doctors provide guidance on how to incorporate a more holistic or integrative approach to your health. 
  • Nutrition consults. Comprehensive evaluation that looks at the interactions that take place in your daily lifestyle including your work environment, diet and stress. You'll work with the dietitian to devise a nutritional plan.