With more than 50 physicians and 80 providers in medical practices and urgent care centers, The CRMG team provides a full range of services from primary care to more than 20 specialties, outpatient and ambulatory care, urgent care, occupational medicine, hospital care, home health, skilled nursing and telemedicine. Additional patient services include pharmacies, laboratory testing, X-ray and other radiology services, and physical therapy at point-of-care sites.
The Columbus Regional Medical Group physicians work from individual offices or group practices, and they enjoy strong working relationships with independent community physicians. This enables the medical group physicians to refer patients to other physicians as needed and to ensure timely communication among all providers involved in a patient’s care. Click here to view all Columbus Regional Medical Group physicians.
The Columbus Regional Medical Group family medicine professionals provide care to patients of all ages. These physicians specialize in preventive care and diagnosis and management of complex health issues. They also provide ongoing care to patients with chronic disease and geriatric issues. The care is built around a team model that brings together physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, nurses, medical assistants and other clinical staff to deliver coordinated care. Click here to learn more.
The Columbus Regional Medical Group pediatricians specialize in preventive care, diagnosis and treatment of babies, children and adolescents. In fact, some providers are caring for their third generation of babies. Patients also can expect care from advanced practice practitioners who have specialized training and provide a broad range of medical services for these young patients. Click here to learn more.
Urgent care providers treat minor emergencies, acute problems and urgent medical needs when an unscheduled visit is necessary. Patients can expect convenient, same-day treatment for many issues without the high costs and long delays typically associated with an emergency room visit. Services are available without appointment and during extended evening and weekend hours for conditions that need prompt attention but are not life threatening. Crisis situations and conditions, especially where there is risk of death or permanent impairment, require emergency room care. Click here to learn more.
One of the many benefits of receiving care from the Columbus Regional Medical Group is the coordination of medical services across all primary care and specialty care departments. It is important to have access to a team of health care providers who understand the patient’s complete health care needs and work cooperatively to deliver the most appropriate care.
Columbus Regional Medical Group offers outpatient psychological services. A psychologist with advanced training provides assessment and counseling for individuals with behavior, emotional or mental issues.
Columbus Regional Medical Group offers specialized services to diagnose and treat conditions of the female urologic and reproductive organs. Common issues addressed by the urogynecologist include incontinence and leakage, other bladder disorders and pelvic floor disorder.