The Internal Medicine Department is a primary care unit that serves as the entrance to the healthcare system and functions as a continuous central area for all necessary healthcare services. An internist is educated and trained to maintain the continuity and integration of healthcare services that are the principal resource of regular medical care. In this regard, the profession of internist aims to provide the patient with wide options for preventive and therapeutic care.

Primary healthcare services rendered by internists encompass the patients of all ages with all kinds of acute and chronic physical, mental, and social health problems, including the multiple chronic diseases, in the broadest sense. In conclusion, when compared to the physicians of other medical disciplines, an internist should have broad knowledge covering many medical fields.

Our expert and experienced internists diagnose and treat acute and chronic diseases of patients, including inpatients and outpatients, who require critical and long-term care, at various healthcare settings within our Internal Medicine Department.


Our patients generally approach our department for the treatment of common chronic diseases that are treated at our primary care settings. These include hypertension, diabetes mellitus, asthma, COPD, arthritis, gastrointestinal problems or thyroid dysfunction as well as abdominal pain, back pain, arthralgia, cough, tiredness, and shortness of breath.
Our department diagnoses and treats all acute and chronic diseases, including ones that require critical and long-term care, at various healthcare settings, including the inpatient and/or outpatient clinics.