Welcome to Doylestown Family Medicine
Doylestown Family Medicine, P.C. was established in 2003 by Elliot H. Schnur, M.D. and is a solo family practice. Our office is located at the corner of North Street and Spruce Street in beautiful Doylestown Borough. We have a parking lot and there is also plenty of street parking available. We are accepting new patients and see patients of all ages, from infancy to geriatric. We provide comprehensive health care to our patients, emphasizing preventative health, management of chronic health problems, and acute care for many problems.
Our philosophy of medical practice is to establish a respectful, caring relationship with our patients, placing highest emphasis on their physical and emotional well-being. Our patients enjoy the warm, personal touch that a small family practice can provide, and with it, the continuity of care and personal communication with the doctor that only a solo practice can offer.
Additionally, we were one of the first local practices to incorporate Electronic Medical Records, and have a state-of-the-art, integrated Electronic Medical Record and Practice Management Software system (E-MDs) designed to make your health care experience more efficient and streamlined . We also utilize DemandForce, a communications program that enables our patients to be reminded of their appointments by email or text message, and also provides a mode of communication with the practice electronically.
At Doylestown Family Medicine, we are committed to providing excellent care to our patients, and continually strive to improve the services we offer.
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215-230-7800 or firstname.lastname@example.org
At Doylestown Family Medicine, we also provide Laser Treatment for troubling nail fungus.
“Fungus infection of the toenail can be an embarrassing and a painful condition. Laser toenail fungus treatment takes just 30 minutes, targeting the pathogens which cause toenail fungus (Onychomycosis). Safe and without discomfort, in clinical studies it has shown an 88% effective rate, compared to leading prescription topical treatments that only provide an 8% effective rate after months of treatment.”