Complete Care Medicine of Gilbert, Arizona, has added a new physician to its staff of professionals to offer qualitative medical services during the Coronavirus crises. Laura Way, PA-C will be collaborating with the doctors and other staff including physician assistants and support staffs to enhance the quality of Complete Care patients.
Laura was born in Chicago and grew-up in the north-western suburb of Illinois. At the age of 15, she had completed her high school and moved to Arizona. She graduated and got a bachelor’s degree in Human Nutrition from the Arizona State University. Later she completed her medical education at A.T. Still University and got a Master’s Degree in Science in Physician Assistant Studies. Laura has been working as a Primary Care Provider since 2012 in family practice. She likes to work with patients of all ages with an addition in women’s health. Currently, she is residing in Chandler with her family including husband and 3 young boys. Laura is very much excited to join the Complete Care Medicine Healthcare Team. When not working, she likes to spend time with her family, exploring outdoors and spends time doing yoga.
Complete Care Medicine has emerged as one of the best care centres in Gilbert. It is taking a lot of precautions due to the COVID-19 pandemic. To keep their patients safe and protected from the coronavirus, they are offering Video Telemedicine visits to their patients. These visits allow the patient to stay at home and communicate with the experts at Complete Care Medicine using a smart phone or a laptop.
If in case where the treatments cannot be entirely covered using a Video Telemedicine and the patient has to undergo certain tests, then Complete Care Medicine is open to serve its patients. The office is cleaned throughout the day with materials that are recommended to kill viruses and allows only healthy patients without fever or any kind of respiratory problems. In case that any of the patient is suffering from these symptoms of COVID-19, they are triaged via telemedicine and if any additional testing is required, they are referred out for COVID-19 testing at one of the outside facilities.