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We have always tried to promote comprehensive medical and
diagnostic services within our office whenever we are able. Look carefully at our list of
provided services. Most patients are surprised at all we do in our office.
General Services Include
Our Lab Offers
All blood and urine tests
Lung function testing (spirometry)
All routine vaccines
24 hour cardiac Holter monitoring
IV iron infusion*
Ankle-brachial index (ABI)*
- Well child care
- Adult physical exams
- Pap smears
- School physicals
- College Physicals
- Sports and camp physicals
- Sick visits
- Laceration repair
- Removal of skin lesions
- Removal of many skin cancers
- Sports medicine expertise (see below)
- Routine X-rays (DIGITAL)
- Full body DEXA Osteoporosis Screening* (DIGITAL)
- Mammograms* (DIGITAL)
These services are offered at our Belmont Location only
- Sleep studies* (to diagnose sleep apena and restless leg syndrome)
Dr Michael McCartney offers additional specialized
orthopedic and sports medicine care. Dr. McCartney treats non-operative injuries and does
some casting of minor fractures in the office. He enjoys seeing athletes of all types and
brings expertise to treatment of exercise and sports-related injuries and concerns.
After regular office hours we are here to provide care for acute problems.
No appointment is necessary and you do not have to be a regular patient. Patients are
seen on a first come, first served basis, except during emergencies.
Urgent Care Hours
Belmont location only
X-ray Services Available
Walk In (no appointment necessary)
- Monday through Friday 5:00PM till 8:00PM
- Saturday 8:00AM till 5:00PM
- Sunday 1:00PM till 5:00PM
Urgent Care Services
- Sick visits (colds, cough, flu)
- Minor infections (respiratory, strep, urinary tract)
- Bumps, bruises, contusions
- Laceration repair
There is always a doctor available "on call"
after regular and urgent care office hours and on holidays.
Physician Assistants, Nurse Practitioners
and South Point Family Practice
Physician Assistants (PAs) and Family Nurse Practitioners
(NPs) are skilled members of our health care team. They should not be confused with
our nursing staff that assist them and the physician with patients.
A Physician Assistants (PA) education is similar to that of a medical
student although shorter in length. PAs are educated at medical programs located
primary in university schools of medicine. PAs
that have graduated an accredited program and passed the National Certifying
Examination may use the credential "Physician Assistant-Certified" (PA-C)
A Nurse Practitioner (NP) is a registered nurse who has completed specific
advanced nursing education and
training in the diagnosis and management of medical conditions. All states require
national board certification for nurse practitioners before they are permitted to
practice. After passing this exam they are allowed to use the credential "Board
PAs and FNPs are formally trained to provide diagnostic, therapeutic and
preventive health care services, as delegated by a physician. They take medical
histories, examine patients, order and interpret laboratory test and x-rays, make
diagnoses and carry out therapy. They treat minor injuries by suturing and
splinting. They record their own progress notes, and instruct, counsel, and prescribe
medication for patients.
Their education includes classroom instruction in biochemistry, nutrition, human
anatomy, physiology, microbiology, clinical medicine, clinical pharmacology, home health
care, disease prevention and medical ethics.