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Did you know that Mobile Physician Services now serves patients in Dayton, Ohio?

Mobile Physician Services serves Dayton, Ohio – including Montgomery County, Greene County, Warren County and surrounding areas, as well as 23+ counties in Florida.


At Mobile Physician Services, our customized care teams provide patients with both comfort and familiarity as they work with a dedicated primary care provider and care coordinator to improve their health. Our physicians and staff take a proactive approach to preventive care, chronic disease management, and chronic illness support right where you live.

Each home visit includes an in-depth examination and individualized treatment plan, which is monitored and adjusted through routine follow-up visits. The primary care provider will deliver your ongoing care and will recommend to you specialty services as needed.

  • Annual Wellness Visits: This wellness visit allows your primary care provider to create or update your personalized prevention plan. This visit includes a review of your medical and social history related to your health and may include counseling about preventive services. This plan may help you to prevent or reduce the chances of future illness based on your current health and risk factors.
  • New Illness Exams: When a new symptom or ailment arises, call us. Early indications of not feeling well could be a clue that you may be getting sick. A symptom in one part of the body may also be a sign of a problem in another part of the body. Moreover, unrelated symptoms that might seem minor on their own, could be warning signs of a more serious medical disease or condition. The new illness exam can be very brief or more detailed depending on your concerns and the provider’s findings.
  • Follow-up Care: Involves a regular medical checkup, which may include a physical exam and laboratory testing. Follow-up care checks are a proactive way of assessing the potential for and preventing health problems from returning after treatment of a disease has ended or an illness has seemingly passed.


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Hurricane Preparedness

2019 Hurricane season has begun, and while it may be sometime before Florida is impacted this season, your steps for getting prepared should have already begun. 

Basic questions to ask yourself:
  • What is my plan if I decide to hunker down in place during a storm?
  • What is my plan if I need to evacuate?
  • Are all my legal and insurance documents available and in order? 
  • Do I have enough food and water if I lose power and utilities for a week?
  • Do I have enough medication if I cannot get to a pharmacy for 30 days?
  • What if my land line and cell phone do not work because of the storm? How will I get help if needed?
  • Have I contacted my local shelter to make any special needs or travel arrangements?
  • What do I need to bring with me if I have to go to a shelter? Will the shelter be able to accommodate any special needs that I may have?
  • Will I be able to evacuate with my pet(s)?
  • Do I have enough food, water and medications for up to a week for my pet(s)?
  • Will the shelter accept my pet(s), what pet supplies will I need to bring?  

The above questions only scratch the surface of what one needs to do when preparing for hurricane season. If you feel you do not have answers to any of these questions, it’s time to step it up and get serious about your plans this season. The following are resources to help you better prepare to stay safe if a hurricane does decide to blow this way.




         Assemble hurricane supplies 


         Develop and evacuation plan 


         Determine your risk 


        What do I need to know about flood insurance (FEMA)


        Strengthen your home


        Helping Your Neighbor