The practice of medicine focusing primarily on the endocrine glands, meaning the organs whose primary function is hormone secretion.  Those organs include the pituitary, thyroid, adrenals, ovaries, testes, and pancreas.

Internal Medicine

The practice of medicine focusing on providing diagnostic screenings and treatment , managing complex and simple health concerns, both rare and common.  Internists typically see adults only and act as primary care physicians.


The practice of medicine specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of rheumatic diseases, which are musculoskeletal  and systemic autoimmune diseases that typically cause pain, swelling and disfigurement in joints.  Specific  diseases treated include lupus, osteoarthritis, tendinitis and gout.

Infusion Therapy

Infusion therapy involves the administration of medication through a needle or catheter.  It is prescribed when a patient’s condition is so severe that it cannot be treated effectively by oral medications.  Infusion therapy at Greensboro Medical includes therapy for gastrointestinal system disorders, Crohn’s disease, immune deficiencies, rheumatoid arthritis and more.

Clinical Pharmacist

Clinical Pharmacy Practitioners provide blood pressure monitoring, continuous glucose monitoring, diabetes management, hypertension management, clinical drug trials, medication therapy management, anticoagulation (Coumadin) management, and transitional care management for patients discharged from the hospital setting in order to coordinate continuity of care back to the clinic setting.

Gout Clinic

A form of inflammatory arthritis that is sometimes called gouty arthritis. The most common site for a first gout attack is the large joint of the big toe, although it may appear in another low-body joint such as the ankle or knee.  There are two aspects of treating gout.  The first – treating the acute attack- is accomplished with anti-inflammatory medication.  Once the attack has subsided, your physician will work with you to develop a treatment plan.

Comprehensive Medication Management

Our Clinical Pharmacist Practitioners ensures each patient’s medications are individually assessed to determine that each medication is appropriate for the patient, effective for the medical condition, safe given other disease states and other medications being taken, and able to be taken by the patient as intended. It includes an individualized care plan that will be developed in conjunction with the health care team to ensure that the patient achieves the intended goals of therapy. The services are longitudinal in nature as the patient transitions the health care system.

X-Ray / Bone Density/Ultrasound

Our practice provides you with fully accredited X-ray service which allows you the convenience of the one stop for your clinic visit needs, without having to go elsewhere for this testing.  Other diagnostic testing includes Bone Densitomitry and Ultrasound.  We are able to perform DEXA scanning and/or result interpretation. We have trained clinical extenders who will provide patient education on bone health and help to select and initiate pharmaceutical management if needed.  Ultrasound studies are provided through trained Ultrasound technicians who work in cooperation with the Rheumatologist.

Comprehensive Diabetes Care

A multi-discipline team of health care practitioners work collaboratively to provide a broad spectrum of diabetes care services. Care plans, while developed collaboratively with the health care team and patient, will be specific in order to assure that the goals of therapy are met. Components of the comprehensive diabetes care plan not only include medication management, but also target interventions to enhance monitoring and patient self-management skills such as blood glucose monitoring, disease education, continuous glucose monitoring, foot care, medical nutrition therapy and exercise. Individualized goals will be set with the patient in order to prevent the complications related the diabetes. Our providers are also certified in insulin pump management and are qualified to assess the appropriateness of an insulin pump for a patient, initiate the pump, titrate doses, and educate the patient on proper management.


  • Our lab is open from 7:00am to 4:30pm Monday through Thursday, and 7:00am to 12noon Friday.
  • No appointment is needed for lab work.
  • Sign in at the front desk for all lab work. Be sure to update any insurance, address or other changes.
  • Proceed to the lab waiting area waiting area.
  • If you are here for fasting blood work (cholesterol/triglycerides or sugar levels), you should be fasting for about 12 hours. You may drink all the water, black coffee, or diet drinks you like.
  • You may take any of our medicine except diabetes medicine and medicine that needs to be taken with food.

Anticoagulation Management

Our Clinical Pharmacist Practitioners are experts on the field of anticoagulation, and are available to monitor and assist in anticoagulation drug therapy management. For patients who are on chronic warfarin therapy, point of care testing is used to provide immediate INR results and adjustment of dosing. For patients who are on the new anticoagulation medications, the clinical pharmacists in conjunction with the physicians, will provide comprehensive patient education and monitoring to avoid any bleeding complications. Additionally, our Clinical Pharmacists Practitioners are experts in transitioning patients from one anticoagulant to another in those patients requiring procedures that may interrupt therapy.

Clinical Drug Trials

The process of new drug discovery or new uses for existing medications is a precise process that requires collaboration of patients, physicians, research organizations and pharmaceutical companies to be successful. We have a tremendous team of physicians, clinical pharmacists and clinical staff with extensive experience in conducting clinical trials in many different disease states and therapeutic areas. We are committed to conduct trials in an ethical, respectful and safe manner.  Learn more…