The Best Medical Center of the area of Queens
Here at Sunrise Medical PC we are focused on treating all kind of adult's diseases and conditions.
We prevent, diagnose, and treat diseases that afflict all adults, from chronically ill patients, to short-term care.
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SiteRx is on a mission to bridge clinical trials with clinical practice, making access to appropriate clinical trials available to any patient that qualifies and wishes to participate.
What is a Clinical Trial?
A type of research that evaluates the benefits and potential side effects of new medications that are used to treat conditions and disease. Most medications that are used to treat conditions and disease have been tested in clinical trials. Most studies contain a group of volunteers who receive the active medication and another group who take an inactive version called placebo. This way, the researchers can analyze if the new medication is effective enough in order to prescribe.
What is SiteRx?
As a part of our commitment to providing you with as many care options as possible, Sunrise Medical is offering access to clinical trials. Site RX help us identify promising clinical trials for patients.
As new studies become available, we may refer you to our partners at SiteRx. They will contact you and provide information about the opportunity, at which point you can decide whether or not you are interested in learning more about participating. If you are interested, they will also help you with the next steps to ensure a good experience.
Benefits of a Clinical Trial
The opportunity to receive a new treatment before it is available to the general public and at no cost to you
During the clinical trial, you will receive medical oversight and testing in addition to the care you receive from your doctor
Your participation helps to advance medicine for a specific disease or condition
To play an active role in your healthcare
Some clinical trial testing includes special diagnostic that is not available to the public or covered by insurance companies. You will receive access at no additional cost
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Sergio A. Martinez, MD
Dr. Sergio A. Martinez, graduated from Universidad Catolica Madre Maestra in Santo Domingo, RD. Dr. Martinez got his medical training at Maimonides Hospital Medical Center in New York, The New York Medical Center of Queens, St. Barnabas Hospital.
At present Dr. Martinez is part of Performance Improvement Committee and Associated Program Director at Forest Hills Hospital / North Short Long Island Jewish Health System; Dr. Martinez was a professor of medicine at SUNY/ Health Science Center and Fellowship Clinical Pulmonary Instructor at Long Island College Hospital.
Dr. Martinez, has a log experience working in the areas of Internal , Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine, he has been working with different cultures and back ground populations; Dr. Martinez is a very knowledge and skill physician in our community, he is a Doctor with heart able to provide the best medical care for his patients.
What is Internal Medicine?
Internal medicine or general internal medicine is the medical specialty dealing with the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of internal diseases. Physicians specializing in internal medicine are called internists, or physicians in Commonwealth nations.
Internal medicine physicians are specialists who apply scientific knowledge and clinical expertise to the diagnosis, treatment, and compassionate care of adults across the spectrum from health to complex illness.
What's an "Internist"?
What Internal Medicine Means to Me
Find out what sets internal medicine physicians apart. This brief video features ACP's official definition of 'internal medicine' and ACP members talking about the breadth and depth of internal medicine as a career.
Meet some ACP members and hear what Internal Medicine means to them.
Internists are physicians specializing in internal medicine, a discipline focused on the care of adults emphasizing use of the best medical science available in caring for patients in the context of thoughtful, meaningful doctor-patient relationships.
When choosing a primary care doctor, many people want to understand the difference between an internal medicine doctor and a family medicine doctor. Both are considered primary care doctors and have training in several subspecialties. Both treat adults, and both can (in some cases) treat children. So what’s the difference? And more importantly, which type of doctor is right for you?