Comprehensive Care in a Wide Range of Specialties

The Providence Medical Group treats a broad spectrum of illnesses. Our physicians work together to provide your with continuous care to meet your healthcare needs. For example, a Providence Internal Medicine specialist who is helping you manage your diabetes can quickly connect you to a cardiologist if he/she detects a concern, or even help to arrange for a surgical solution if your complication requires it.

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Cardiology Services in Columbia SC          Family Medicine Services at Providence Medical Group          General Surgery in Columbia SC

Heart Surgery Program in COlumbia SC          Internal Medicine Services from Providence Medical Group          Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Services at Providence Medical Group

Urology In Columbia SC

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Glossary of Services

Cardiology: This field of medicine focuses on diagnosing, treating, and preventing diseases of the heart and blood vessels.

Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery: This field of medicine surgical treats organs inside the thorax, generally performing surgery to address conditions of the heart and lungs.

Internal Medicine: "Internists" are trained to diagnose and treat the broad range of illnesses that affect adults. This focus of medicine is especially skilled in preventive medicine and management of chronic illness. 

Family Medicine: Family medicine providers offer continuing, comprehensive care for individuals of all ages, including regular wellness exams, treatment of illness, and disease prevention.

General Surgery: The surgical specialty that focuses on the abdominal organs but also includes many other types of surgical procedures performed on blood vessels, glands, surgical treatment, trauma surgery, skin procedures and cancer treatment.

Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery: Surgical specialty to repair, reconstruct, or replace physical imperfections to improve form or function.

Primary Care: Physicians who provide primary care serve as the first point of contact to treat illness, receive preventive screenings and exams, and receive referrrals for additional care by specialists. Primary care is usually provided by a family medicine doctor or an internal medicine specialist.

Urology: Field of medicine that specializes in diagnosing and treating conditions related to both the male and female urinary tract and the male reproductive organs.