Buckhead Clinic Practitioners and Patients
Healthcare workers play an essential role in society by performing the most difficult and incredibly valuable work. Every day thousands of health professionals make important decisions about the health and safety of their patients.
What is it to be a Buckhead Primary and Urgent Care Patient?
Our mission is to provide the best care to every patient. We treat the person, not the disease. We strive to get to know our patients and not only collect their medical histories. The best treatment plan depends on the patient's health, lifestyle, and preferences.
Another important principle of our work is open and honest communication between our staff and patients. It is essential for us to ensure the patient is comfortable at every stage of the treatment process. Our patient's comfort is at the center of everything we do.
Our Guiding Principles
- The first and most important element is patient-centered care. We make medical care convenient through an individual approach to the patient. We are sure it is essential for patients. Everyone should be treated with special attention, compassion, and understanding.
- The second component is our team of experienced healthcare professionals. We have assembled a team of experts who are eager to accelerate their professional growth and clinical skills. Medicine is one of the most complex and fascinating sciences. It does not stand still, so physicians constantly study and keep up with the latest medical research.
- The third cornerstone is professionalism. Buckhead Clinic specialists are not afraid of dealing with challenging situations, always ready to manage patients with complex medical histories. They know how to communicate effectively with patients and their loved ones, working as a team.
Common Health Issues Seen in Our Patients
- Insomnia, depression, and panic attacks.
- Symptoms of a cold, flu, and COVID-19: fever, fatigue, debilitating cough, sore throat, and muscle pain.
- Body aches (headache, back pain, joint pain).
- Dizziness, nausea, vomiting, dehydration.
- Skin problems - rash, redness, itching.
- Rapid heartbeat.
- Low or high blood pressure.
- Sexual problems.
- Minor injuries: sprains, bruises, simple fractures of a finger or toe.
- A wide range of medical examinations, including DOT physicals, sports physicals, and annual physical exams.
- X-ray services.
- Lab tests such as STD tests, blood glucose tests, cholesterol tests, hCG tests, and many others.
- Treatment for seasonal or year-round allergies.
- Difficulty breathing (such as mild to moderate asthma).
- Bleeding/cuts that are not bleeding heavily but require stitches.
- Eye irritation, red eyes.
- UTIs (urinary tract infections).
Life-threatening emergencies or severe illness and injury require an Emergency Room (ER) visit or 911 call.
Our team supports one another, creating a nurturing and comfortable setting. The concept of working together helps everyone to discover their unique skills and strengths. Besides, teamwork can naturally foster lifelong friendships between colleagues.