6631 Main St, Ste 2, Williamsville, NY 14221; (716) 428-5505
AVP Primary Care is a Nurse Practitioner owned medical practice. We strive to provide quality care, centered on individual patient’s needs, and we made this our motto. AVP is an abbreviation of Latin “Ad Vitam Paramus”, which translates as “We Prepare for Life”. We make medical care available to patients when and how they need it. We follow the NP scope of practice within the guidelines and protocols of the National Institutes of Health to achieve the healthiest, happiest and the most productive lives for our patients.
We broadly specialize in Primary Care, doing annual physical exams, managing urgent visits, following-up on chronic conditions, and completing pre-operative clearances. We refer to specialists when needed, and coordinate care by different specialists to ensure optimal medical care. We stay on top of medication refills, and monitor all patients medications prescribed by different providers to prevent interactions and side effects. We maintain patients vaccinations up to date according to the Center for Disease Control Guidelines. We fill forms for schools, places of employment, travel, or other legal purposes. We provide over the phone counselling when needed. We are experienced in traditional medicine, but can provide a consultation on alternative medicine as well.
Each Nurse Practitioner started the medical profession as a nurse, and never stopped being one. We continue being The Nurses, responding calls of our patients, delivering treatment, medications, and nice words of care or advise. We, at AVP Primary Care are prepared to step into patient’s shoes, and go above and beyond in our patients care, because it is our mission. Becoming AVP Primary Care patient can be especially useful for patients with Diabetes. We have extensive experience in Type II Diabetes management and prevention. This means, our patients with Diabetes receive specialty care at their regular follow-ups, and do not need a separate visit to a specialist. Patients with pre-diabetes, or family history of diabetes receive dedicated care as well, to prevent this complicated disease.