Family Medicine 515-271-1710
|Monday - Friday||8:00 am – 5:00 pm|
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Feel confident in your care: 100% of Family Medicine providers and staff are fully Covid-19 vaccinated.
Health care where you are the priority
With an emphasis on wellness and prevention, our family medicine providers focus on getting to know you and tailoring a health plan to your needs. It's preventative care that keeps you and your family healthy, no matter what stage of life.
Conditions We Treat
Our team of experts can diagnose and treat a variety of injuries, help you prevent further injury and improve your quality of life.
We offer exceptional pediatric care, including routine check-ups, preventive medicine, and treatment for chronic or developmental conditions.
Preventive care and wellness check-ups
Make the DMU Clinic your home for annual and sports physicals, vaccinations and immunizations, nutrition and weight management consultations and other resources to help keep you and your family healthy.
Receive comprehensive treatments in a private, welcoming atmosphere including birth control services, gynecologic and general women’s health.
Treatment of acute medical conditions
We are here to help when acute conditions affect you or your family. We can treat bone and muscle injury, infection, illness and many other medical issues.
Management of chronic illnesses
Our clinicians provide treatment, resources and support for a variety of chronic conditions to help you manage your symptoms, maintain good health and be at your best.
Comprehensive physical exams
During a comprehensive exam, our providers thoroughly check your vital signs, heart, lungs, neurological systems, extremities, abdomen, head and neck to establish your health baseline.
The DMU Clinic provides consultations, immunizations and vaccinations to help get you prepare for your upcoming travel, whether it’s within the United States or abroad.
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“I wanted to write a review for Rachel Doggett: she absolutely deserves recognition for a job well done. I’ve been in her care a handful of times in past years and she has always maintained a consistent caring disposition. Rachel makes you feel like you’re a team when making decisions and she is extremely pragmatic when treating you (which is what I appreciate the most). She is cognizant of personal boundaries and leaves you feeling validated and heard. I’ve never felt rushed by her and have always left her care knowing she did everything she could for my situation. You can tell she chose this career for the right reasons; that makes a world of difference for the patient. The staff is also friendly - I’ve never had a bad experience at DMU clinics. Thank you Rachel for treating me like a human and not a number and for turning a bad day into a good one!”
Benegirl03, Clinic patient