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ImmunizationsWe administer physicals required for sports teams of all ages. Please bring immunization records and all required forms.
Pediatric CarePrior to joining TeamHealth, Dr. Chow was a Partner and Treasurer of Springville Pediatrics and Adult Care, LLP. He served as the attending physician for the Gow School, and sports physician at the Springville Griffith Institute.
Primary CarePrevention is the first priority for illness-free living. We encourage everyone to regularly see their primary care physician. However, we do provide select preventative care options as a convenience for patients.
Family PracticeDr. Chow is board certified in Family Practice. He graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor’s degree in Biology from the University at Buffalo. He earned his Medical Doctorate from the University at Buffalo School of Medicine. Dr. Chow completed his residency in Family Medicine at the University at Rochester. He also earned a Master's of Business Administration from the University at Buffalo in 2014, graduating with Beta Gamma Sigma honors.
Emergency CareWe accept most major insurance plans, including Excellus BlueCross BlueShield, MVP and Aetna, and we are continuously working to expand our network. Urgent care co-pays and fees are substantially lower than those charged by hospital emergency rooms. We require a deposit for self-pay patients and those with high deductible plans. Learn More
UltrasoundUltrasound is a diagnostic medical imaging technique used to visualize muscles, tendons, and many internal organs to capture their size, structure and any pathological lesions with real time images.
RadiologyOur centers have comparable equipment to that of free-standing Emergency Departments such as ultrasound and digital radiology capabilities. Our use of the most advanced medical technologies saves our patients time and money.
Urinary Tract InfectionA urinary tract infection is an infection in any part of your urinary system — your kidneys, ureters, bladder and urethra. Antibiotics are the typical treatment for a UTI.
Internal MedicinePam Sullivan, M.D., is a well-known emergency medicine physician who has practiced at Rochester General Hospital and Highland Hospital since 1993. She is board certified in internal medicine and with certifications in pediatric advanced life support, advanced trauma life support and advanced cardiac life support.
UlcerTests for the presence of microscopic or invisible blood in the stool. Fecal occult blood can be a sign of a problem in your digestive system, a polyp, ulcer, hemorrhoid or more serious problems.
Physical TherapyA New York City native, Dr. Sullivan earned a bachelor’s degree in physical therapy at Ithaca College and her medical degree at the Medical College of Philadelphia; she served an internship and residency in primary care internal medicine at the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry. While employed by the medical school, she held an academic appointment as senior instructor of clinical emergency medicine.
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