Our Specialties

Alzheimer’s & Dementia Care

An Alzheimer’s disease or dementia diagnosis can complicate geriatric care. While there is no cure for Alzheimer’s disease or dementia, there are a number of care and treatment options available to patients and their loved ones who are coping with these diagnoses. In addition to providing the care you or your loved one needs, we offer support and education for both patients and caregivers.

Men's Care

There are a number of challenges that patients and their families face when dealing with an Alzheimer’s and Dementia diagnosis, and the most important tools you can have are information and support. In addition to providing excellent medical care, we are committed to helping to educate patients and their families about the disease process and its expected course. We will also refer you to NWPC’s monthly support group. Our practitioners and care coordinators are well versed in all of the relevant information regarding medical legal issues such as driving and end-of-life planning, and will be happy to assist you as the need arises.

Women's Care

Geriatric care is important as we age, but an Alzheimer’s and Dementia diagnosis can make it a more a difficult matter. As a patient or a caregiver, ensuring that you have the best information and support is of paramount importance. In addition to providing excellent medical care, we are committed to helping patients and their families learn about the disease process and its expected course. We recommend that patients and their loved ones connect with NWPC’s local support groups. We will also help you find the best advice regarding important medical legal issues such as driving and end-of-life planning when the need arises. Our care coordinators work in conjunction with our practitioners and are available to assist you at all of our clinics.

Senior Care

There are a number of challenges that we face as we age, and it is often difficult to talk with our families about these challenges. Your practitioner and care coordinators are there to help you. They can give you and your family valuable information and can help you through the natural transitions that that occur as we age.

These transitions can be difficult on their own, but an Alzheimer’s disease or dementia diagnosis can make things even more difficult. In addition to medical care, the most important tools you can have are information and support. Our practitioners and care coordinators are especially sensitive to the issues facing patients in this area of medicine. They are committed to giving you the best care and to educating you and your family about the disease process and its expected course. We also strongly recommend attending NWPC’s monthly Alzheimer’s and Dementia support group. Our staff will assist you and your family in finding the best information and advice regarding medical legal issues such as driving and end-of-life planning when the need arises. Our care coordinators are a very important part of your care, working in partnership with you and your practitioners, and are available to assist you in all of our clinics.