Because accidents and illness don't happen when convenient. Mesa Primary Care
There’s never a good time for a medical mishap. Whether you're suffering from a virus or a broken bone, you need expert care right away – not when it’s convenient for a doctor to see you. Wyoming Medical Center now has several walk-in and same-day options available for all levels of medical need.
Dr. Kevin Helling offers a free weight-loss seminar each month to talk about the different weight loss options at Wyoming Medical Center. Click to register.
Excluding the common cold, ear infections are one of the most frequent illnesses affecting young children. According to the American Academy of Otolaryngology, about 60 percent of infants will experience at least one ear infection by one year of age, and up to 80 percent of children will have one by the time they turn 3. Here, Melissa Knudson-Johnson, M.D., a pediatrician and internal medicine physician at Mesa Primary Care, answers common questions about ear infections.
Primary care providers work with patients over a lifetime and are the first stop to more specialized care. Our providers are accepting patients of all ages.