Outer Banks Internal Medicine


Outer Banks Internal Medicine

Centrally located in Nags Head near milepost 10.5, the Outer Banks Internal Medicine staff have worked together for many years and are dedicated to providing patient-centered care. An internal medicine physician is an expert in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of chronic and complex conditions. If you are looking for a doctor who can deal with the broad and comprehensive spectrum of illness that affect adults, then Outer Banks Internal Medicine is the place for you.

The practice offers comprehensive care for adults and full laboratory services on site. They will work with you to keep you healthy through prevention and cancer screening. Their goal is to develop a trusting and lasting relationship so that you may lead a full and healthy life.

Services Provided

  • Comprehensive care for adults
  • Preventative care and wellness screenings
  • Age-appropriate cancer screenings
  • Care for chronic medical conditions
  • Pre-operative evaluations
  • Medication management
  • Specialist referrals

Community Involvement

Internal Medicine has been a booster sponsor for the high school.

Office Policies

Bring your insurance card, photo identification and all medications (including over the counter, vitamins and supplements) to your appointment. All co-pays are due at the time of service. Other payments to satisfy deductibles or co-insurance may apply.

All patients must enroll in MyChart for test results and communication with the practice.

Medical Records

All requests for healthcare information or copies of healthcare records require a written authorization (Release Of Information Consent Form) completed by you or your legal agent/representative. Due to the confidential nature of personal health information, records cannot be faxed. Requested health information can be obtained through MyChart, emailed via a secure server, sent via the United States Postal Service to the address as indicated by you on your consent form or picked up at Outer Banks Internal Medicine. When picking up records, a form of identification (photo ID preferred) must be presented before the records are released to ensure you (or your legal agent) is the only person(s) obtaining your records.