Aultman Orrville Carrollton Health Center focuses on comprehensive family medicine for all your family members, close to home in Carroll County.
Aultman Orrville Carrollton Health Center focuses on total health care, whether an individual patient or your entire family. Your new family doctor in Carroll County provides total health care for infants, children, adults and seniors – with family practice physicians who provide acute care with same-day appointments, preventive care, electrocardiograms (E.K.G.s), youth and adult health and wellness education, injections and more.
Providers integrate the biological, clinical and behavioral sciences for those of all ages, both sexes, and for each organ system and every disease entity. Aultman Orrville Carrollton Health Center physicians are highly qualified doctors, all of whom are Board Certified to nationally recognized standards for education, knowledge, experience and skills to provide high-quality care in specific medical specialties and go beyond basic medical licensure. We have 4 physicians, 3 certified nurse practitioners (A.P.R.N.-C.N.P.), a combination of 9 certified medical assistants (C.M.A.) or registered medical assistants (R.M.A.), 1 Registered Nurse (R.N.), 1 Care Coordinator and 5 support staff members.
Some of the most common conditions treated at Aultman Orrville Carrollton Health Center include diabetes, hypertension, elevated cholesterol and chronic conditions, with common services such as wellness and sports physicals, skin tag/mole removal, Pap smears, prostate exams, as well as office procedures such as cryotherapy, suture removal, mole removal, rapid strep throat and influenza testing, urinalysis, urine microalbumin, hemoglobin A1C and protimes.
Jillian Berkshire, APRN-CNP, is a school-based telehealth provider. She treats students and faculty while utilizing telehealth technology at the following school districts: Carrollton, Claymont, Malvern, Minerva and Tusky Valley. For information, email email@example.com or call 330-627-7055.
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