St. Margaret's Henry Clinic provides comprehensive health care services for all ages to Henry and other surrounding communities in the Marshall and Putnam County areas in North Central Illinois.
Located in Henry, Illinois, this St. Margaret’s Health location offers primary care in family medicine or internal medicine. Travis Swink, DO, is board certified in family medicine and Thaw Tun, MD, is board certified in internal medicine. Dr. Swink also sees patients at our Center for Family Health location in Princeton.
- Diagnosis and care of illness
- Work, school and sport exams
- Annual Wellness Exams
- Gynecological exams
- Newborn and pediatric care
- Minor surgery; fracture care
- Laboratory services
- Electrocardiogram (EKG)
- Ear testing (audiograms)
- Occupational Health Services such as pre-employment exams, return to work exams, annual exams and executive exams.
Your primary care provider (PCP), along with a healthy diet and exercise, is one of the greatest assets for your health. Primary care should be the first choice for most non-emergent health needs. No matter where you live, PCP’s fulfill the same important role for your health care.
Before you select the option of a walk-in clinic or urgent care, schedule a checkup with your primary care provider for non-urgent issues, regular checkups, immunizations and school and sports physicals.
- Get to know you and understand your concerns
- Make referrals to any specialists you may need
- Consult and coordinate your care
- Make sure you get the appropriate follow up
- Make it a priority to provide care as soon as possible
Family medicine falls within primary care and as you might expect, involves comprehensive care for the whole family. A family provider sees patients of any age (from newborns to seniors alike). Our family physicians are dedicated to establishing long-term, trusted relationships with patients and their families. As a primary care provider, a family physician is often the first line of care a patient sees, providing a wide range of care, including:
- Regular checkups
- Well-baby checkups
- Health Screenings and Risk Assessments
- Preventative Care
- Treatment of More Common Chronic Diseases
- and More
An internist, or an internal medicine physician, is a doctor that specializes in internal organs and systems. However, it is important to note, an internist can also provide primary care services as well, as Dr. Tun does. An internist can treat patients for a wide range of illnesses, as well as help to manage and care for chronic diseases.
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