Specialty Care

Speciality care providers include physicians, nurses, psychiatrists, chiropractors and other medical doctors.

HIV Care 
Provided by physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants

HIV specialists diagnose and treat people with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and autoimmune deficiency syndrome (AIDS). Not only do we have excellent treatment options for people who are newly diagnosed, we also have effective treatment for those who have lived with HIV for a long time and may have a resistant strain of the virus. Prevention options are also becoming more available. In fact, recent breakthroughs in vaccine technology during the COVID pandemic may offer clues on how to produce a useful HIV vaccine.

Provided by chiropractors
Chiropractic care focuses on making sure the spine can move properly. Chiropractic adjustment is a procedure in which chiropractors use their hands or a small instrument to apply a controlled, sudden force to a spinal joint. The goal of this procedure is to improve spinal motion and improve your body’s physical function. Generally, chiropractors treat neck pain (and associated headaches) and low back pain, including sciatica.

Provided by podiatrists
Podiatrists diagnose and treat issues in the foot, ankle, and lower leg. Some of the more common problems include bunions, bony prominences, hammer toes, ingrown nails, low arches, slow-healing cuts, plantar fasciitis, soft tissue injuries, and persistent aches and pains. Left untreated, foot problems can cause problems with your posture and balance, which can lead to pain in your legs, back, and joints.

Provided by physicians
Psychiatrists are medical doctors devoted to the study, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of mental disorders related to mood, behavior, cognition, and perception. At MCHC, our psychiatrists work hand-in-hand with our medical and behavioral health teams to support patients.

Provider Types