Welcome to North Valley Internal Medicine...
Internal Medicine encompasses the care of all adults, healthy and sick. We make every effort to maintain the highest quality care and professional standards for our patients. At North Valley Internal Medicine we provide personalized care tailored to the needs of our patients as well as addressing the concerns of their families. When you visit our office, you will enjoy the personalized care and a relaxed atmosphere.
Physician Neil Belgiano is a board certified Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine specialized in the prevention and treatment of adult diseases. For more information about our Physicians, please visit our Meet Your Physicians page. Doctor Guido is board eligible and will be taking her boards this fall.
Visit the American Osteopathic Organization website here to understand the similarities and differences between a D.O. and an M.D.
Getting ready for your appointment:
Save time when you come to our office. Use the Patient Information link above or click here to access forms you can print, fill out and bring with you to your appointment.
What is the difference between an internist and a family medicine doctor?
General Internists serve as primary care physicians, along with family medicine doctors and pediatricians. The biggest difference between Family Medicine and Internal Medicine is that IM training focuses on adults, with residents spending time between various adult medicine subspecialties. Family Medicine residents spend time with general surgeons, obstetricians, gynecologists, and other family medicine doctors.
North Valley Internal Medicine has been designated by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan as a 2019 patient-centered medical home.