Our dedicated team of physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses, medical assistants, and pharmacists provide comprehensive care with dignity to those living with an infectious disease.
Our goal is to keep you healthier through treatment, so you can live a better life with drug therapy to keep your virus or infection at a manageable level. Our goal as well is to the reduce transmission of infectious diseases through healthcare and medicine management on the Treasure Coast. We are proud to announce we are bringing specialty care closer to home for our patients living in Broward, Hillsborough, Indian River, Martin, Okeechobee, Orange, Pinellas, and St. Lucie counties.
Your Midway Specialty Care Center healthcare providers have an overall plan for you, which includes your infectious disease specialized care medical appointments, primary care appointments, a treatment plan with your pharmacy, lab tests, Medication Management Therapy, and many other services.
When you participate in all of these parts, you are engaged in your care.
Our reliable staff at Midway Specialty Care Center is trained in the guiding philosophy of excellence in patient care and treatment and we all share the same concerns for the clients.
Our staff also includes:
During your appointment please ask us about our Medication Therapy Management services. We can help you manage all your medication and nutrition.
New Patient Forms
All new patients should complete the forms and keep the reference document for your files.
Save time before your first visit, by filling out paperwork at home.
When you have completed them, please sign, and bring them to your appointment at Midway Specialty Care.
Please call us if you have any questions about these forms. We look forward to serving you!
If you have trouble with the forms, you may also arrive at our office 15 minutes prior to your appointment and we can provide copies for you to fill out.
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