- September 15, 2017
Seasons Family Medicine has worked together to provide the entire family with the best healthcare experience possible each and every day. Our Board Certified Family Physician Michael Packer, MD and Travis Weiszhaar, PA-C specialize in caring for every member of your family. Having a family medicine provider means having a highly qualified medical specialist who knows your medical history, and knows you as a person and as a part of a family.
Our Board Certified Family Physician and Physician Assistant strive to provide modern, high-level medical care in a friendly, calm environment to Rexburg and the Upper Valley area.
A Family Doctor gives comprehensive healthcare for people of all ages. Having this kind of extensive knowledge allows the doctor to dedicate full attention to the patient, as a whole. In addition, patients can trust that their doctor has an understanding of their entire medical history.
From this training, Family Doctors are able to better treat patients of every age by delivering quality healthcare throughout a patient’s lifetime. Perhaps even more important, they are able to develop long standing patient-physician relationships that can go a long way to enhancing the healthcare experience.
To patients, a Family Doctors is beneficial because every member of the family can come and be treated throughout their life. This means patients can be confident in knowing a single doctor can treat all their health concerns without sending them to different specialists.
During any stage of life, family doctors can treat a patient ranging from infancy to elderly so the doctor has a broad range of health to check.
Our Family Doctors uniquely apply their specialty to give patients the best possible treatment. Our providers also have a close patient-physician relationship making the path to a long and healthy life friendly and familiar. In addition, our providers can easily coordinate care provided by other specialists, establishing an exceptional and integrated experience for patients.
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