Centre for Family Medicine News
Please click on the links below to view some of the health care news from Centre for Family Medicine.
In the summer of 2014, Apopka resident Larry Goss met one of the Centre for Family Medicine residents, Dr. Christopher Buelvas, in an unexpected way. Larry collapsed while with a friend at a local gym, unbeknownst to either men, Larry was suffering from sudden cardiac arrest – the leading cause of natural death for adults in the US. Coincidentally Dr. Buelvas was also at the gym and he rushed to Larry’s aid.
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Dr. John Fleming discusses one of the most important parts of nursing home care: ensuring nursing home residents are receiving the proper amount of medication at all times. Watch the video here.
Bring your friends and loved ones and enjoy a 30-minute rejuvenating walk through beautiful Winter Park with our friendly physicians and Florida Hospital healthcare professionals. They'll be on hand to offer support and answer any questions you have about your health. It's a great way to exercise, get the scoop on reliable health information and meet new friends.
Centre for Family Medicine is focused on preparing competent physicians to serve the community in Central Florida and beyond. This includes continued training and participation in various events in the local and national medical community.
Dr. Keehbauch is the founder and medical director of the Community After Hours Clinic for the Uninsured. John King from CNN interviewed her about the work she is doing to help the medically underserved.
Our Wellspring Diabetes Program was featured on the local news for its success in helping patients with type 2 diabetes. Dr. Guthrie explains how the program helps patients make lifestyle changes in order to deal with the underlying causes of diabetes.
Dr. Alexander Fishberg, medical director at the Centre for Family Medicine at Florida Hospital, acknowledges that some physicians have fallen into the trap of treating osteopenia like a disease rather than an increased risk. "I think some women may get treated where the risk of fracture is very low," Fishberg says.