Fairfield Medical Center recently opened the Internal Medicine Residency Clinic at Colonnade. The clinic is a teaching clinic for 1st year residents who take on the primary care of the patients with the supervision of one of the group’s board certified attending physicians: Dr. Troy Edwards, Dr. Stephanie Ott, Dr. Tarun Mehra and Dr. Neel Raya.The new clinic has been open for close to 3 months and has grown quite busy in this short time.
The clinics goal is to provide patients with thorough care while also providing an extensive learning program for the residents, which come from the Ohio Universities College of Osteopathic Medicine. The teaching/learning aspect greatly benefits the patients and the resident as it results in more face to face time for the patient than one would receive at most primary care offices.
The facility is open Monday through Friday from 1 to 4pm, accepts patients by appointment only and accepts any and all insurances along with self-pay patients. In addition to quality primary care services, the Internal Medicine clinic can provide EKG’s, medication samples, perform minor procedures and provide referrals to its patients. While the clinic can provide some medication samples, it is important to note that it is not a pain management clinic, and its true focus is primary care.
1550 Sheridan Drive
Lancaster, Ohio 43130