South Daytona, FL Primary Care Providers

Complete Health – South Daytona

Formerly Family Care Physicians

Monday – Friday: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Providers

Cassandra Warner, ARNP

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Cassidy Pattik, MD

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Edward Alderson, MD

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Edward Alderson, MD

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Edward Alderson, MD

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Edward Alderson, MD

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WHAT WE DO
Services

Primary Care

Our primary care services prioritize your well-being. Our experienced team provides comprehensive healthcare, including preventive care, routine check-ups, and personalized treatment plans.

Diagnostics & Imaging

Our diagnostics and imaging services offer precision and clarity in healthcare. With the latest technology and skilled professionals, we ensure accurate diagnoses and effective treatment planning.

Specialty Services

Our dedicated experts provide comprehensive care while focusing on promoting wellness, managing chronic conditions, and enhancing your overall health and quality of life.

Urgent Care

Our urgent care services offer swift, expert care when you need it most. Our dedicated team is equipped to handle a wide range of non-life-threatening medical conditions.

Visit Complete Health South Daytona Primary Care – Located at the corner of S Ridgewood Drive (US 1) and Ventura Drive

Our South Daytona primary care office is located at 401 Venture Drive, Suite A. The clinic is located next to Ability Rehabilitation and it is easily accessible from S Ridgewood Drive (US 1). Our clinic is staffed by board-certified primary care providers focused on providing exceptional care using a holistic approach.

Whether you live or work in the South Daytona area or are visiting, our caring and highly skilled primary care providers at Complete Health are available, and we can provide treatment for anything from a common cold to complex chronic diseases. Give us a call at our Complete Health South Daytona location today to schedule an appointment.

Dedicated Medicare Support

Our Member Support Representatives are committed to reducing stress and confusion for patients with Medicare Advantage and most Medicare plans, by offering non-clinical assistance. Your Member Support Representative is here to coordinate resources outside of direct care and advocate for your health and wellness.

Lindsay Lazrovitch

Dedicated Medicare Support

Our Member Support Representatives are committed to reducing stress and confusion for patients with Medicare Advantage and most Medicare plans, by offering non-clinical assistance. Your Member Support Representative is here to coordinate resources outside of direct care and advocate for your health and wellness.
Lindsay Lazrovitch

Lindsay Lazrovitch

Dedicated Medicare Support

Our Member Support Representatives are committed to reducing stress and confusion for patients with Medicare Advantage and most Medicare plans, by offering non-clinical assistance. Your Member Support Representative is here to coordinate resources outside of direct care and advocate for your health and wellness.
Lindsay Lazrovitch

Lindsay Lazrovitch

Accepted Insurance

The South Daytona office accepts many commercial health insurance plans such as Aetna, United Healthcare, Florida Blue, and multiple other options. The primary care practitioners at this office are Medicare doctors, who accept traditional Medicare, Medicare supplemental insurance, and several Medicare Advantage plans. 

If you have questions regarding your particular insurance, call our member support representative at 386-761-8888 to better understand your benefits.

Complete Health accepts a variety of insurances. Click here to view the full list.

Hear From Our Patients

Rick
Rick
2023-09-19
Jeannette who works with Dr Kinne is great. They are a good team and there are early hours. I have been here several times and wait times have been minimal.
drnorm
drnorm
2023-09-19
Dr. Kinney should be considered a gold standard as a physician and his nurse assistant. Jeanette are incredibly outstanding.
Irene Bocanegra
Irene Bocanegra
2023-09-08
Love that I was able to fill out health history electronically. Made the check in process super easy. Everyone in the office was very nice.
Greg Stella
Greg Stella
2023-09-01
La Shai was a great phlebotomist !
Sue Wattay
Sue Wattay
2023-08-30
We love Dr. Kinne and the staff.
Unhui Harer
Unhui Harer
2023-08-24
Ms. Jeannette was very pleasant, responsive and kept us completely informed..
Laurie B
Laurie B
2023-08-24
If I could rate them

Wellness Resources

Primary Care FAQs

What is the purpose of having a primary care provider?

The first point of contact to access the entire health system typically starts with a primary care provider. They are well-trained in evaluating the whole body and treating many medical conditions. A primary care doctor is also important in helping navigate chronic medical conditions, reducing risk factors for diseases, and improving your overall wellness. Primary care practitioners are the day-to-day managers of your health, evaluate you when you are sick, and refer you to specialists when needed.

Depending on your health insurance type, a primary care practitioner may be required to provide a referral to see a specialist. Therefore, having a primary doctor can improve your access to the medical care you need. As your long-term healthcare provider, they help arrange appropriate screenings to catch diseases in their early stages and provide tips for achieving a healthier lifestyle. Research studies have shown that having a primary care provider is associated with an improved quality of life while reducing the overall cost of medical care.

Is a primary care provider the same as a general practitioner?

Primary care provider is a broad term used to identify many different types of physicians who provide long-term care to a patient population. These providers include general practitioners, internists, pediatricians, and obstetrics and gynecologists. In other words, a general practitioner is a primary care provider, but not all primary care providers are general practitioners.

A general practitioner provides care to patients of all ages and genders. They are often trained in family medicine and are convenient for families seeking a physician for all members of the family.

How often should I visit my primary care physician?

When determining how often to visit a primary care physician, there are a few factors that need to be considered — age and health. If you are under the age of 50 and healthy, you may only need to visit the doctor’s office once every three years. For those who are 50 and older, it is recommended to see your primary care provider at least once a year. This once-a-year recommendation is also for those who take prescription medications for a health condition.

For those with chronic medical conditions requiring frequent evaluations, such as diabetes, it is not uncommon to see your primary care physician every three months or sooner. The frequency of follow-up will be determined by your doctor and is often based on each person’s situation.

How should I choose the best primary care doctor’s office?

When choosing a primary care physician in South Daytona, it is important to consider these five items.

  • “In-Network” providers. To avoid any surprise charges or uncovered medical visits, check with your health plan to see if the clinic’s practitioners are considered “in-network” by your health plan. Ensure the clinic has doctors who take Medicare if this is your primary insurance.
  • Expertise meets your health needs. Several different types of primary care physicians are available. Therefore, it is essential to choose a doctor that meets your or your family’s particular health needs.
  • Referrals. Check with other family members, friends, and co-workers to see who they use as a primary care physician. This provides you with first-hand knowledge about the provider.
  • Logistics. Select a local doctor’s office that is close to home, work, or your child’s school. This can reduce the hassle of attending appointments or quickly obtaining a check-up when you are sick.
  • Make an appointment. You should feel comfortable and confident with your primary care provider. If you do not, there is no harm in choosing a different physician.

Do I need an appointment to visit the South Daytona doctor’s office?

New patients can schedule an appointment by calling our office at 386-388-5771 and talking to one of our patient care specialists. They will get you registered and provide you with various open appointment options.

Already a patient at our clinic, the patient portal can be used to schedule your next appointment. New to the patient portal, no worries, create a new account using the easy-to-follow steps provided on the portal website. The patient portal provides you access to your care anytime and from anywhere.

How do I schedule an appointment at the South Daytona Complete Health clinic?

New patients can schedule an appointment by calling our office at 386-388-5771 and talking to one of our patient care specialists. They will get you registered and provide you with various open appointment options.

Already a patient at our clinic, the patient portal can be used to schedule your next appointment. New to the patient portal, no worries, create a new account using the easy-to-follow steps provided on the portal website. The patient portal provides you access to your care anytime and from anywhere.

What should I bring to my appointment?

When visiting your local doctor’s office, it is important to bring your current health insurance information and any documents you need for the doctor to fill out. Have a list of your current medications and vitamins/supplements, with the name, dosage, and frequency of each medication you take. Finally, create a list of questions you want to ask the doctor, this will ensure you make the most of your appointment and leave feeling satisfied all your questions were answered.

Wellness Blog

is proud to have earned recognition as a Patient-Centered Medical Home. The patient-centered medical home is a model of care that puts patients at the forefront of care. PCMHs build better relationships between patients and their clinical care teams. Studies show that PCMHs improve quality and the patient experience, and increase staff satisfaction—while reducing health care costs. Primary care practices that earn recognition have made a commitment to continuous quality improvement and a patient-centered approach to care.