Please help us welcome our newest provider to our family practice, Abigail Eley, ARNP. She received her doctorate of nursing from the University of Florida after receiving her bachelor’s in nursing at Florida Southern University. Like me, she is a native Floridian and has a large family. Her arrival opens up our office schedules and will increase our ability to accommodate long established and new patients. I am eager to have another provider who is committed to the mission of the family practice and also eager to build strong relationships with both our staff at PCPG and with all of our wonderful patients. I am thankful for the loyalty and the faith so many in our community have entrusted in me and my practice. Thank you, everyone. And we look forward to further expansion and community building efforts.
There are new predictions about Lyme Disease this coming spring and summer. This is a more serious issue if you plan to travel, hike, camp or vacation farther north. Listen to a segment about the upcoming spring and summer and tick-borne Lyme disease.
Lyme disease is not the only tick-borne disease. Listen to this segment of Radiolab to learn about Alpha-gal. Can you imagine developing an allergy to meat? Read more about it here on wikipedia. The Lone Star tick is more common in the southern United States and means Alpha Gal has a higher probability than Lyme Disease.
Primary Care Physicians of Gainesville cultivates a doctor-patient relationship that is based on trust, focusing on patients as individuals. Our providers are highly motivated with an excellent support staff that strives to be fair and courteous in all of our dealings. We aim to create a professional environment that is compassionate, thorough, efficient and comfortable. We want our patients to feel confident and secure in our experience and skills.