Creekside Medical Clinic

Family Medicine

Creekside Medical Clinic

Family Medicine

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We are accepting NEW PATIENTS and look forward to meeting you and your family.

Creekside Medical Clinic is currently not able to provide the COVID Vaccine. Please click on this link to access information about scheduling a vaccine through Monument Health MHcovidvaccine@monument.health or call your local pharmacy for vaccine availability.

We encourage all patients to receive the vaccine for COVID-19 as soon as possible based on age, risk factors and national and state guidelines. Click on this link for more detailed information from the SD Department of Health https://doh.sd.gov/COVID/

Please call our clinic at 605-341-1208 to schedule an appointment for any medical concern or preventive health need. If you have any infectious symptoms like cough, fever, or shortness of breath, please report this to our receptionist when you call for an appointment.

We continue to encourage masking for all patients, however masking is now optional for most groups except for those with symptoms of infection.

We look forward to seeing you and your family.

Creekside Medical Clinic offers exceptional and personalized outpatient medical care for all ages in an environment that values communication, compassion, and respect for our patients and staff. We invite you and your family to join our family at Creekside Medical Clinic.

Meet Our Physicians

Our Services

primary healthcare

Primary Care for the Whole Family

urgent care

Same-Day Acute Care Available by Appointment

DOT physicals

DOT Physicals


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5 Reasons You Should Have a Primary Care Doctor

1. FAMILY DOCTORS FOLLOW YOUR LIFE CYCLE

Because family doctors are trained to treat a wide range of conditions, they can be your primary care provider at any point in your life.

2. THEY KNOW YOUR PERSONAL AND FAMILY HISTORY OFTEN BECAUSE THEY ARE TAKING CARE OF MULTIPLE GENERATIONS OF YOUR FAMILY

When doctors treat you for years, they get to know your medical history inside and out. The better your doctor knows you and your family, the better the doctor is able to understand how to help you through illnesses and stressors in life and also how to assist you in staying healthy.

3. FAMILY DOCTORS TREAT MORE THAN YOU THINK

Family Doctors are highly trained physicians who focus on wellness and preventive health. But also they can help you manage chronic diseases like diabetes, heart disease and arthritis. They can treat urgent medical problems as well, like infections and injuries. They often do minor surgical procedures and can save patients time and money by being able to address many different problems.

4. WHEN YOU NEED A SPECIALIST, YOUR FAMILY DOCTOR HELPS YOU FIND THE RIGHT DOCTOR

Navigating the world of medical care has become very challenging and your family doctor acts as your advocate to make sure you are taken care of by the proper specialist when needed.

5. FAMILY DOCTORS CAN IMPROVE LIVES AND SAVE MONEY

There is ample evidence in medical literature that using more primary care saves money for the healthcare system. Patient studies have revealed that when they have a regular primary care doctor, they have a lower hospitalization rate, fewer emergency room visits and reduction of surgical procedures.

Call to schedule an appointment for primary care for all ages.