Our Family Health revolutionizes healthcare with a collaborative approach that redefines healthcare by connecting conventional medicine with innovative wellness.
Collaborative and Innovative Care for Better Health
Dr. Michelle Plaster founded Our Family Health in 2008 to change how people experience healthcare and the role it plays in their lives. Her extensive medical experience and work serving communities strengthened her resolve to build a practice anchored in compassion that helps people shift how they care for themselves. The new Our Family Health wellness center provides additional resources and services to support people in building their better health outcomes. Our Family Health will continue to broaden the options available to Monroe, Georgia, to help empower our patients and community to take charge of their well-being using all the proven options and modalities.
Our Family Health helps patients gain new perspectives on how to manage their own health with a balance of both traditional and lifestyle medicine. We start by meeting people where they are on their journeys to wellness. From there, we help people to understand what is ahead and what is possible. We work with their unique needs and goals to help them make changes for the long-term. We want our patients to know they have a choice—and a voice—in their health.
What We Offer
- Primary care services, preventative services, women’s health services, urgent care services, medical weight loss programs, and chronic disease management
- An onsite lab facility
- Onsite procedures and tests such as allergy testing, ultrasounds, holter monitors, vein procedures, mammograms, and echocardiograms
- Aesthetic services, cosmetic Botox, lip and dermal fillers
- Targeted physical recovery services including infrared sauna, massage therapy, compression therapy, cryotherapy, and IV therapy
At Our Family Health we work as a team to ensure that our patients get the optimal treatment regardless of why they are visiting us. Our holistic approach to caring for the entire person requires us to develop our listening and collaboration skills, and to respect all individuals. The care we extend to our patients we also share with one another to create a workplace where mutual respect and compassion allows all to benefit from the variety of perspectives our team provides.
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