Perry Family Practice in Perry, GA offers medical care for the entire family, by treating not only illnesses, but helping  find ways to improve health and prevent disease. The practice provides complete care to adolescents, adults and the elderly.

Dr.Velie provides the following on-site Family Medicine Services.

  • General Medicine: annual physical exams, urgent care, immunizations,¬†care of chronic illnesses such as high blood pressure, diabetes and high cholesterol
  • Pediatrics: sports and camp physicals, same day sick visits, asthma treatment
  • Gynecology: annual PAP smears and breast exams, birth control, family planning, STD screening
  • Dermatology: treament of skin conditions such as acne and eczema, mole and skin tag removals, wart removal
  • Psychiatry: treatment of depression, anxiety and insomnia, tobacco cessation counseling
  • Surgery: stitches for lacerations, skin infection drainage, skin biopsies
  • Orthopedics: treatment of muscle strains, join sprains and back pain, fracture care
  • Weight Management: we provide a blueprint for success with a combination of excercise programs and medication treatment to get you to your ideal weight and a maintenance plan to keep you there

Common Procedures Performed by Perry Family Practice

  • Abscess Incision and Drainage
  • Allergy Injections
  • Biopsy and Excision Of Skin Lesions
  • Birth Control
  • Blood Culture For Bacteria
  • Breast Exam
  • Sprains and Broken Bones
  • Feces Culture, Bacteria
  • Flu Shots
  • Hormone Replacement Therapy
  • Immunizations (Vaccinations)
  • Joint Injections
  • Lab Services
  • Pelvic Exam & Pap Smear
  • Physical Exams For Sports, School and Summer Camp
  • Preventative Care
  • Viral Culture
  • Wellness Assessment

What is Family Medicine?

Family medicine, by definition, is comprehensive, continuing medical care provided to a family unit by a physician. To be certified as a specialist in family medicine, a doctor must be trained in the following areas of medicine: pediatrics, internal medicine, surgery, obstetrics and gynecology, psychiatry, and community and preventive medicine. In order to be certified by the American Board of Family Medicine (ABFM), a physician must complete a three-year family practice residency training program after completion of medical school. He or She must also pass a written examination administered by the American Board of Family Medicine and must be re-certified every 7 years.