Welcome to WMed's Family Medicine Clinic
At WMed's Family Medicine Clinic, our focus is on preventative medicine. We provide for your overall healthcare needs when you are ill and when you are well. We also guide you through the complex healthcare system and coordinate health services by making arrangements with specialists when appropriate. WMed's Family Medicine Clinic believes in immunizations as a protection against preventative disease processes.
Our clinic has undergone a transformation to a patient-centered medical home (PCMH). A patient-centered medical home is a way to deliver coordinated and comprehensive primary care to participants of all ages — children, youth and adults. It is a partnership between individuals and families within a healthcare setting, which allows for a more efficient use of resources and time to improve the quality of outcomes for all involved through care provided by a continuity care team.
Family Medicine is a specialty that provides comprehensive care for your family and its individual members, from birth through geriatric years. Fostered by the family practice philosophy, we can appreciate the relationships and history of your whole family to better coordinate your care. We partner with you to make decisions and we are recognized by insurers as primary care providers.
Family physicians complete a three-year residency program after graduating from medical school. As part of their residency, they participate in integrated inpatient and outpatient learning and receive training in six major medical areas: pediatrics, obstetrics and gynecology, internal medicine, psychiatry and neurology, surgery and community medicine. They also receive instruction in several other areas, including geriatrics, emergency medicine, ophthalmology, radiology, orthopaedics, otolaryngology, and urology. Because of their extensive training, family physicians are specialists qualified to treat most ailments and provide comprehensive healthcare for people of all ages.
What services does the Family Medicine Clinic provide?
- School physicals
- Sports physicals
- Office gynecology
- Acute illness visits
- Inpatient hospital care
- Newborn and child care
- Adolescent medicine
- Sports-related injuries
- Diabetic care
- Cardiovascular — diagnosis and prevention
- Lung diseases — asthma and COPD
- Skin cancer screening and diagnosis
- Behavioral medicine
We also perform a variety of procedures in the office, including but not limited to:
- Minor office surgery
- Laceration repair
- Fracture management
- Skin biopsy and excision
- Cryotherapy of skin lesions
- Pap Smear
- Pulmonary function test
- Osteopathic manual manipulation
Dr. Carrie Sandborn
Dr. Peter Ziemkowski
Colene Wade, Physician Assistant Certified
|Kellie, RN, Clinical Team Leader||Jerrie, Clinical Support Tech|
|Sarah, RN and Triage RN||Christine, Registration / Scheduler|
|Jean, LPN||Connie, Registration / Scheduler|
|Mina, Triage RN||Amber, Registration / Scheduler|
| ||Christina, Registration / Scheduler|
| ||Niecia, LMSW - Pediatric Social Worker|
| ||Katie, LMSW - Social Worker|
Located on the second floor in the WMU Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine Clinics building at 1000 Oakland Drive.
Hours of Operation
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday from 8 AM - Noon and 1 - 5 PM
Wednesday from 9 AM - Noon and 1 PM - 5 PM.
We provide 24-hour care with full telephone availability during evenings and weekends. We urge you to call us before going to an emergency room.
To Contact the Clinic
For general clinic information, please e-mail email@example.com. You can expect a response within 72 hours. For medical questions, including prescription refills and to schedule an appointment, please call 269.337.6500.
American Diabetes Association — A link to the American Diabetes Association webpage with information on diabetes management and all the latest research
Life's Simple 7 — A link to the American Heart Association's Seven Steps to a Healthier Heart
Trusted Immunization Websites
Common Questions Parents Ask about Infant Immunizations — A link to common questions parents ask about vaccines for infants
Vaccinate Your Baby — A link to the Vaccinate Your Baby webpage with information on immunizations necessary for infants
If You Choose Not to Vaccinate Your Child, Understand the Risks and Responsibilities — An information sheet for parents identifying risks and responsibilities on vaccine refusals
Immunization Action Coalition
The History of Vaccines
Vaccine Education Center
Michigan Department of Community Health Immunization Program