Get the care you need, WHEN YOU NEED IT.
Starting November 2, 2009, well have new hours of operation.
Monday to Friday
- 8:30 a.m. 5:30 p.m.: Regular office appointments
- 5:30 a.m. 7:30 p.m.: Telephone appointment visits and physician-directed clinic appointments* available
Weekends and Holidays
- 8:30 a.m. 5:30 p.m.: Telephone appointment visits and physician-directed clinic appointments* available
|* Please note: Appointments from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on weekdays, and all appointments on weekends and holidays MUST BE scheduled during a telephone appointment with one of our physicians and are only available at the following locations:|
|-> Modesto Medical Offices 4601 Dale Rd., Modesto, 4th floor, Ste. 4A6. Driving Directions.|
|-> Stockton Medical Offices 7373 West Lane, Stockton, 1st floor, Ste. 145. Driving Directions.|
Welcome to the Department of Medicine at the Manteca Medical Offices.
Our department consists of a highly skilled group of health care professionals. Depending on your needs, we can connect with all providers to assist and advise each other on delivering to you the best medical care possible. Besides physicians, our team members include registered nurse practitioners who provide appointments for conditions such as wellness education, disease prevention and care for anemia, hypertension, muscle strains and thyroid problems. Registered nurses on our team provide care for minor illnesses such as bronchitis, sore throats, ear and eye infections, bladder infections and flu symptoms. We also have a physical therapist on each team who can help with muscle and bone problems, as well as a clinical health educator who will provide you with direct health education, information and counseling for conditions such as weight management, exercise, diet, diabetes care, and smoking cessation.
Kaiser Permanente is committed to Personalized Health Care. If you do not have a Physician or Nurse Practitioner that you consider your primary care provider, please call our Personal Physician Selection Service at 1-888-4-MY-KPMD (1-888-469-5763) or click here to select your personal physician or health care provider.
Please allow plenty of time for parking and check-in 15 minutes before your appointment time. This will better help your doctor to be on time. Our campus has regular and handicapped parking available on-site for our patients.
Please always bring a current list of your medications including dosage and frequency. It is for your own safety that we ask to verify this list at every visit. You can pick up a yellow medication card at your next visit on which to keep your list. Most people keep this list in their wallet. This is especially important if you should require medical care outside of Kaiser Permanente.
Thank you for choosing Kaiser Permanente as your health care provider. We look forward to providing you and your family with excellent, comprehensive medical care. Please take a look at our web site to learn more about our department, our providers, and our wide variety of services.
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