The Facey Medical Group has incorporated a brand-new office to the Canyon Country community and equips its residents with high-quality technologies and a team-based approach to each individual patient.
Facey’s Newest Canyon Country Facility
The Canyon Country Facey Medical Group equips multi-specialty team of doctors, nurse practitioners, licensed therapists, educators, a support staff and more. They provide a variety of medical services designed to help manage Santa Clarita’s residents’ health in the most convenient manner. They cater to new or longtime patients by offering an extensive access to medical care such as same-day access to adult and pediatric primary care, extended adult primary care hours on Mondays, and an expanded optometry and eye center.
The new office consists of an expanded radiology service which includes ultrasound and mammography that assures its Canyon Country residents that they are meeting with the most experienced doctors and receiving the utmost quality in medical care. Residents are able to visit the on-site urgent care services provided by Exer Urgent Care and also have the choice to call the new office at their 24-hour telephone access to an on-call Facey physician who is available for assistance.
Residents have a convenient option to manage their health and appointment schedules online or from a smartphone using MyChart from Providence. If patients have any questions that are in need of in-depth explanations, there are comprehensive patient education and disease management programs available to its residents. Due to their unified health record system patients are able to enjoy a seamless care when they visit a Providence hospital.
They offer their patients with a limitless selection of services from vision services and eyewear, optometry, pediatrics, among others. They may also refer their patients to an infectious disease specialist for a complex infection that’s more difficult to diagnose. If patients are in need of an x-ray to examine breasts as a diagnostic and screening tool to detect early stages of breast cancer, patients can take a mammography.
If individuals are in need of nutrition, diabetes, and wellness education there are registered dietitians who provide medical nutrition therapy, develop individual nutrition plans for people with medical conditions, and counsel people on healthy lifestyle habits.
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