Dr. Francisco Amaya-Pinto specializes in geriatric medicine, family practice in Coolidge, Arizona.
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Dr. Francisco Amaya-Pinto identified specializing in
Geriatric MedicineGeriatric Medicine
An internist with special knowledge of the aging process and special skills in the diagnostic, therapeutic, preventive, and rehabilitative aspects of illness in the elderly. This specialist cares for geriatric patients in the patient's home, the office, long-term care settings such as nursing homes, and the hospital. and Family PracticeFamily Practice
A family physician is concerned with the total health care of the individual and the family, and is trained to diagnose and treat a wide variety of ailments in patients of all ages. The family physician receives a broad range of training that includes internal medicine, pediatrics, obstetrics and gynecology, psychiatry, and geriatrics. Special emphasis is placed on prevention and primary care of entire families, utilizing consultations and community resources when appropriate.. He obtained board certification from The American Board of Family Medicine for Family Practice.
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Dr. Amaya-Pinto attended medical school at Pontificia Universidad Javeriana Facultad de Medicina and graduated in 1991 having 23 years experience.
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