Linda Smigiel, LPN
Chief Financial Officer
Northwoods Office Manager
What is a Family Physician?
A “Family Physician” is a trained specialist, qualified to practice in several fields of medicine and surgery. Each physician is trained to deal with every family member, regardless of age, gender or medical problem.
Your Primary Care Physician
A “Primary Care Physician” is your doctor and provides all routine and preventive care through a variety of measures; including disease prevention, counseling, patient education, diagnosis and treatment of illness.
What is a Nurse Practitioner?
A “Nurse Practitioner” is a registered professional nurse who works in collaboration with physicians to coordinate services to individuals and families and is licensed to write prescriptions.
Cara Innus, RPA-CBrie Anne Crowther, RPA-CStephanie Guize, RPA-CRenee Sawka, RPA-CDerek Aube-Marchant, RPA-CJillian LaMarca, RPA-C Danielle Desiderio, PAChristine McKenna, PAErin Morgan, PAAlicia Reimondo, PAMegan Schifferli, PAChelsea Snyder, PAJanelle Young, PA
What is a Physician Assistant?
A “Physician Assistant” practices medicine with supervision provided by licensed physicians and perform a wide range of medical duties. PAs are trained to effectively handle medical emergencies and often act as first and second assistants in major surgery.
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