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The Physician Referral Service at Resurrection Health Care was made for situations just like these. One phone call puts you in touch with Resurrection Health Care physician referral coordinators who are specially trained to help you get the information you need. Their extensive knowledge of the medical staff, programs, services and community agencies -- along with information on accepted HMOs, PPOs and insurance plans -- helps you make informed health care decisions.
Using a computerized tracking system, our physician referral coordinators can help narrow your search for a physician and provide specific information including specialty, age, gender, language capabilities, office location, hours and more. In fact, our coordinators can help you choose from over 3,000 physicians and dentists representing more than 50 medical specialties.
Finding a doctor doesn't have to be a confusing experience. Call the Resurrection Health Care Physician Referral Service at 877-RES-INFO (737-4636), seven days a week - Monday through Friday from 8:00am to 8:00pm and on weekends from 8:00am to 4:30pm.
Your guide to medical specialties
Resurrection Health Care's Physician Referral Service can help you select a physician who best meets your needs. On the next page, you will find a brief guide to some of the primary care practitioners and specialists accessible through this service.
|Primary Care Physicians|
|Family practitioners||Provide care for the whole family and work with other physicians in a team approach when necessary.|
|Internists||Diagnose and treat adult diseases that do not require surgery.|
|Obstetricians/gynecologists||Diagnose and treat disorders of the female reproductive system and specialize in childbirth.|
|Pediatricians||Specialize in the treatment of children.|
|Allergists||Diagnose and treat adverse reactions to various substances.|
|Cardiologists||Diagnose and treat diseases and abnormalities of the heart and circulatory system.|
|Dermatologists||Diagnose and treat skin conditions.|
|Endocrinologists||Specialize in metabolic disturbances, especially diabetes and obesity.|
|Endodontists||Specialize in the care of the inner tooth and root canal therapy.|
|Gastroenterologists||Treat digestive organs including the stomach, liver and bowels.|
|Hematologists||Specialize in blood disorders.|
|Neonatologists||Treat newborns and manage medical conditions of premature infants.|
|Nephrologists||Diagnose and treat disorders of the kidney.|
|Neurological surgeons||Specialize in the nervous system, including the brain.|
|Neurologists||Diagnose and treat disorders and diseases of the nervous system such as cerebral palsy and epilepsy.|
|Oncologists||Diagnose and treat cancer.|
|Ophthalmologists||Treat diseases and conditions of the eye.|
|Oral surgeons||Extract teeth, diagnose and treat diseases of the mouth and treat injuries and malformation of the jaw.|
|Orthopedic surgeons||Specialize in broken bones, sore backs and joints.|
|Otorhinolaryngologists||Treat the ear, nose and throat.|
|Pathologists||Specialize in the study of diseases.|
|Pedodontists||Specialize in pediatric dentistry.|
|Physiatrists||Help patients with disabling illnesses or injuries recover health and function through rehabilitation.|
|Plastic and reconstructive surgeons||Repair injured body parts and perform cosmetic surgery.|
|Podiatrists||Specialize in the care of the foot.|
|Psychiatrists||Treat emotional disorders such as anxiety and depression, psychotic conditions such as schizophrenia and manic depression, and behavioral disorders.|
|Psychologists||Specialize in treating behavioral and thought-process disorders but, unlike psychiatrists, they do not prescribe medications.|
|Pulmonologists||Diagnose and treat lung diseases such as asthma, emphysema and chronic bronchitis.|
|Rheumatologists||Specialize in diseases of the joints, muscles, tendons and ligaments, such as arthritis and bursitis.|
|Thoracic and cardiovascular surgeons||Specialize in surgery dealing with the heart and lungs.|
|Urologists||Treat the urinary systems of men and women and the reproductive systems of men.|