FAQ(s)

Dr. Lowell is board certified in both Adult Internal Medicine and Pediatrics, allowing her to manage a wide variety of healthy and chronically ill patients. 

Here are some common questions regarding patient care and our practice


Q:  What is "Adult Internal Medicine?"  

A:  Glad you asked! This is a commonly asked question.  Adult internal medicine doctors have three years of specialty training after medical school.  This training is very intensive and focuses on things like cardiololgy (heart), nephrology (kidneys), gastroenterology (stomach and intestines), pulmonology (lungs), and endocrinology (hormonal) among others.  The focus is on managing several chronic medical conditions at once.  For example: you have diabetes, heart problems, high blood pressure, low thyroid, and depression.  Dr. Lowell is happy to see you and manage all of these conditions.  

Q:  I am healthy, is that OK?

A:  Of course!  Dr. Lowell is happy to see healthy patients.  We may discuss (if needed) health maintenance concerns like family planning, immunizations, diet and exercise, stopping smoking, or any number of concerns healthy people may have.

Q:  I am sick, what should I do?

A:  If you or your child is ill, please call the office number (307) 670-8808 to schedule an appointment.  We reserve same day or next day appointments for sick visits.

**If you are reading this and it is an emergency; please dial 911 IMMEDIATELY**

Q:  Does Dr. Lowell see children?

A:  Absolutley!  Dr. Lowell loves children and loves being a pediatrician.  She has training in multiple areas of pediatric medicine from critically ill pre-term newborns in the NICU through adolescents heading off to college.


Q:  Will I be able to get a yearly female exam?

A:  Yes, Dr. Lowell will be able to do female exams, breast and pelvic exams, and discuss family planning as well.

Q:  Can I get a DOT physicial?

A:  Yes! Please call us to make your appointment.