Wellness and Chronic Care Management for Older Adults
As you age, you may need specialized treatment for specific conditions. Singing River’s Geriatric Services provides inpatient and outpatient care for older adults with chronic conditions and common ailments.
For an explanation of the many free services available to you through your Medicare Coverage, visit our Medicare Benefits page.
Common Geriatric Conditions and Ailments
At Geriatric services, we coordinate with multiple specialities like cardiology, oncology, urology, and physical and occupational therapy to ensure that our patients receive the best care for their chronic conditions.
We provide wellness visits, treatment, and chronic care management for conditions like:
- Alzheimer’s Disease
- Kidney Disease
- Thyroid Disease
- and more
We treat many common ailments such as:
- Urinary tract infections
- Sinus infections
Frequently Asked Questions
At what age am I considered elderly?
Typically, the age to be considered elderly is between 65 and 70. However, geriatric care is not dependent on you being over 65 years of age. Geriatric conditions can begin to manifest as young as 50, and we recognize this by seeing patients beginning at 50 years of age.
Make an Appointment
If you are over 50 and seeking treatment for a geriatric condition, please contact our clinic to make an appointment. Call our Outpatient Clinic directly, or have your regular physician make a referral.