The Internal Medicine Clinic

Internal medicine is the medical specialty in which internists deal with the diagnosis of adults who suffer from unidentified diseases representing signs of malfunctions of particular organ systems. The internist prescribes medication and defines a route for treatment to achieve well-being. The clinic is distinguished by its staff of highly qualified and certified internists who received their degrees from major international institutions such as the Canadian and American Board, as well as European fellowships. The clinic is supported by the latest screening equipment and radiology devices to realize a successful treatment system. The Internal Medicine Clinic includes various sub-specialties, where each internist is specialized in one of the sub-specialties of internal medicine. Internists diagnose and treat these diseases and provide the necessary consultation to prevent them. The following are the sub-specialties of internal medicine: Pulmonology (diseases involving the respiratory tract); Cardiology (disorders of the heart as well as parts of the circulatory system); Gastroenterology & Hepatology (disorders of the digestive system and the liver); Endocrinology (dealing with the endocrine system, its diseases, and its specific secretions known as hormones); Diabetes; Hematology and Oncology (diseases related to blood and cancers)