Conditions We Treat
Family Medicine for Veterans and Non-Veterans
Treating Chronic Conditions such as Diabetes, Asthma, High Cholesterol and Others
At eMDnow in Jacksonville, Ponte Vedra Beach and Fort Walton Beach, Florida, veterans, their families, and even non-veterans can receive quality primary health care either by appointment or simply walking into our clinic during regular hours. Or, if you or a loved one are unable to visit us due to illness or distance, you can receive care via our telemedicine services.
We treat a wide range of acute conditions at eMDnow, including:
• Cough, Cold, and Flu
• Eye Infection
• Ear Infection and Earaches
• Heartburn and Indigestion
• Low Back Pain
• Sore Throat
• STD Treatment
• Urinary Tract and Bladder Infections
But that's not all. We also treat chronic conditions, including:
• Asthma and Bronchitis
• Heart Disease
• High Cholesterol
• Mental Health
• Medication Refills (non-controlled substances)
• Nutrition and Exercise Consultation
What We Don't Treat
While our doctors are able to treat many of the top conditions for which you need to see a doctor, there are some conditions that we don’t treat. Please seek emergency attention or a hospital if you experience any of the following:
• Traumatic brain or spinal cord injury
• Chest pain and/or numbness
• Severe shortness of breath
• Vomiting or coughing blood
• Loss of consciousness
• Fractures/broken bones
• Severe burns
• Pediatric ear infections
Please note that our board-certified providers are unable to write prescriptions for controlled substances during a Telemedicine visit.
Whether you are a veteran, non-veteran, or family member, eMDnow is here to provide quality primary health care that is both affordable and readily accessible.
To take advantage of our outpatient services, visit our walk-in clinics in Jacksonville, Ponte Vedra Beach or Fort Walton Beach, Florida, or submit an appointment request. Find out more about our telemedicine services – and go ahead and download the eMDnow mobile app to your iPhone or Android device today.