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Healthcare for all ages, from preventative services to complex medical issues.
Convenient, customized, comprehensive healthcare for busy executives.
Endocrinology conditions, such as diabetes & medical weight management.
It’s not a diet. It’s a program to help you lose weight & gain a healthier lifestyle.
We diagnose, treat and monitor all types of hearing problems, for patients of all ages.
Reduce or eliminate fine facial lines and wrinkles. Talk to our certified physician.
Comprehensive evaluations and personalized treatment for children and teens.
Whatever your age, sport, or skill level, our sports medicine team is here for you.
Therapeutic approach using nutrition to treat medical conditions.
Full service pharmacy and professional, licensed pharmacists available on-site.
Leading the way in diabetes treatment and education in The Bahamas.
We offer on-site laboratory, radiology, ultrasound, EKG & X-ray services.
Let our family take care of yours
Family Medicine Center encompasses a team of highly qualified doctors
and healthcare professionals in many unique fields of medicine and with a multitude of specializations.
IT'S NOT JUST ABOUT MEDICINE, IT'S ABOUT A BETTER LIFESTYLE
Endocrinology & Obesity Specialist
Meet Dr. Kristine Parker-Curling
Dr. Parker-Curling is ABIM Board Certified in Internal Medicine and Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism. She is also certified as an Obesity Specialist. Dr. Parker-Curling is the only full-time Endocrinologist currently practicing in The Bahamas and is part of the Family Medicine Center medical team.
The Diabetes Education Network (DEN) is leading the way in diabetes treatment and education in The Bahamas. DEN was created to improve the quality of life for people with diabetes through education, innovative management and customized attention.
ACE Diabetes was established to address the overwhelming need in The Bahamas for diabetes awareness and the challenge of managing diabetes on a daily basis. The ultimate goal is to reduce the burden of diabetes on individuals, families, communities and healthcare systems.