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What is the difference between internal medicine and family doctor?

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Dr. John Ewald
Internal Medicine
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In brief: Medical Detective

Internal medicine and family medicine are trained differently.
Internal medicine trains in bodily systems (cardiology, gastroenterology, etc.). Internal medicine is for adults. Family medicine physicians are trained in pediatrics and gynecology.

In brief: Medical Detective

Internal medicine and family medicine are trained differently.
Internal medicine trains in bodily systems (cardiology, gastroenterology, etc.). Internal medicine is for adults. Family medicine physicians are trained in pediatrics and gynecology.
Dr. John Ewald
Dr. John Ewald
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Dr. Georgia Latham
Family Medicine

In brief: Family Doctor

Family doctors generally provide medical care for patients of all ages, including children.
Many family doctors provide prenatal care and/or delivers babies. Internal medicine doctors do not provide pediatric nor ob/gyn services.

In brief: Family Doctor

Family doctors generally provide medical care for patients of all ages, including children.
Many family doctors provide prenatal care and/or delivers babies. Internal medicine doctors do not provide pediatric nor ob/gyn services.
Dr. Georgia Latham
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