Specialty Clinic

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To better serve our community and surrounding areas, Morrison Community Hospital hosts a variety of specialty providers.  You don’t have to go far to find a specialist because our specialists bring their expertise to you. 

Specialties offered at Morrison Community Hospital:

Cardiology

Located in the 1st floor Family Care Clinic (use Main Parking Lot)
Manazir Faraz, M.D.

Dermatology

Located in the 1st floor Family Care Clinic (use Main Park Lot)
Georgiev, George, M.D.

Endocrinology

Located in the 2nd-floor Specialty Clinic (use Main Park Lot)
Gauravi, Priyanka, M.D.
Stout, Teresa, NP, Certified Diabetic Educator

Gastroenterology

Located in the 1st floor Family Care Clinic (use Main Parking Lot)
Olney, James, M.D.

Neurology

Located in the 1st floor Family Care Clinic (use Main Parking Lot)
Ahmad, Waseem, M.D.

Ophthalmology

Located in the 1st floor Family Care Clinic (use Main Parking Lot)
Hahn, John, M.D.

Orthopedic Surgery- Sports Medicine

Ground Floor Clinic (use the Knox Street entrance Parking Lot)
Foad, Abdul, M.D.
Auliff, Marcia, N.P.

Otolaryngology

Located in the 2nd floor Specialty Clinic (use Main Park Lot)
Cody, Thane, M.D.
Raasch, Jessica P.A.

Podiatry-Podiatric Surgery

Located in the 1st floor Family Care Clinic (use Main Parking Lot)
Yeager, David, M.D.

Psychiatry

Located in the 1st floor Family Care Clinic (use Main Parking Lot)
Lopez, David M.D.

Rheumatology

Ground Floor Clinic (use the Knox Street entrance Parking Lot)
Anand, Amrit M.D.
Kalaiah, Mudappa M.D.

Urology

Located in the 1st floor Family Care Clinic (use Main Parking Lot)
Mathew, Mathew M.D.

Wound Care Program

WOUNDS CAN BE PAINFUL AND HARD TO MANAGE.
We have created a Wound Care program to assist patients heal their wounds while educating them about proper treatment. The purpose of the Wound Care program is to provide a holistic, comprehensive approach to wound care management. So, whether you are having difficulty healing a surgical incision or suffering from a pressure ulcer, we will develop a treatment plan that is right for you. Our dedicated team includes a Wound Care certified nurse and physicians.

When is Wound Care needed:
Here are some common signs and symptoms to look for when you have a wound:

  • An increase in drainage of change in the color of the drainage
  • In increase in swelling
  • An increase in pain.
  • An increase in redness and/or tenderness around the wound site.
  • An increase in odor to the wound
  • A change in the odor of the wound.

Do I need a Referral for Wound Care?
Answer: Yes. Any physician can make a referral to the outpatient Wound Care program at Morrison Community Hospital. Once the referral is received, an appointment will be set up for the patient to meet with the certified wound care Nurse.

Call 815-772-5590 to make a referral or for more information.