About our Practice
UnityPoint Clinic Senior Health at Methodist Atrium provides complete medical services for anyone 50 or older.
We also offer special assessments for memory loss, difficulty walking, osteoporosis and more. These evaluations include an interview with the patient and family, a physical exam and a follow-up conference with the patient and family to discuss a treatment plan. Our team of occupational and physical therapists, dietitians and social workers also assesses the patient's needs.
- Memory problems/dementia
- Urinary incontinence
- Social isolation
- Visual disturbance
- Hearing loss
- Difficulty walking
- Dietary habits/failure to thrive
- Difficulty with activities of daily life
- House calls
- To prevent illness and injury in seniors
- To identify individuals at risk
- To keep older adults as independent as possible
- To provide access to care for adults age 50 and older
- To address concerns of individuals, families and physicians
- To help patients achieve improved function and safe medication use
- To provide assistance with referrals to appropriate community resources
Patients can refer themselves to the center for Senior Health or be referred by their primary care doctors, adult children, or other family members.
Preserve independent living with Lifeline Medical Alert System.