Farr West Family Medicine and Urgent Care
COVID-19 Vaccination and Booster
We offer the Moderna Vaccine and Booster. For more information please see our COVID-19 Updates.
Pediatric, Adolescent & Adult Care
Our family medicine providers are trained to provide general healthcare to all the members of a family.
A quick, painless test that produces images of the structures inside your body, particularly your bones.
Chronic Kidney Disease
A progressive loss of kidney function over several months or years, often caused by diabetes and high blood pressure.
Several lab services are available including clinical lab testing, urinalysis and specimen collection.
Short-term treatment for a severe injury, illness, medical condition or recovery from surgery.
Basic vaccinations include HepA, HepB, RV, DTaP, Hib, IPV, MMR, Varicella and Influenza. Ask about additional vaccines.
Treatment for a sleep disorder wherein breathing repeatedly stops and starts while sleeping, causing people to snore loudly.
Professional drainage of a tender mass filled with pus and debris. A small incision is made in the abscess for full drainage.
A simple, non-invasive test that uses electrodes placed on the chest to measures the heart’s electrical activity.
Removal of small, hard growths in the skin. Often warts are removed by freezing them or applying chemicals.
Our providers are equipped to offer sports physicals and routine physical exams to check up on patients’ physical health.
Sport, School, Scout & Missionary Exams
General physical examinations required for participation in sports, school, scouts or missionary service.
A simple procedure to surgically remove warts, moles, cysts and other skin growths using a sharp razor.
Proper planning of eating and physical exercise to help lose weight, gain weight or maintain a healthy weight.
Type 1 Diabetes
A chronic condition in which the pancreas does not produce enough insulin to allow glucose to enter cells and produce energy.
Type 2 Diabetes
A chronic condition in which the body resists needed amount of insulin or doesn’t produce enough to keep normal glucose levels.
A condition occurring when the force of blood against artery walls is too high; often a precursor for other health problems.
Primary care for orthopedic, sports and occupational injuries, including splinting and joint aspiration and injections.
Suture, or stitches, to repair deep cuts and wounds.
Primary care for gastrointestinal conditions such as IBS, viral gastroenteritis, acid reflux. etc,
Primary care for occupational workplace injuries, employee health exams, and DOT physicals.