An Introduction to ADC’s Patient Portal

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Let’s face it; visits to a doctor’s office can be frustrating. The inherent stress of hoping for a clean bill of health added on to paperwork, insurance, wordy test results and scheduling can make a standard visit feel like a major life event.

That’s why we’ve taken the initiative to streamline your visits. Our Patient Portal is your safe and easy way to take care of many of your medical tasks associated with doctor visits. Our Patient Portal is powered by FollowMyHealth, and it works as a universal health record.

FollowMyHealth is used by numerous health care organizations and thousands of physicians across the country. It is the driving force behind their hospital or clinic’s specific patient portal. While portals may have a different name, the technology is the same.

With FollowMyHealth, you can:

  • Review your medical records online in a safe, secure environment
  • Communicate privately with physicians via secure messaging
  • View test and lab results, read medical notes from your doctor
  • Update your health information (allergies, medications, conditions, etc.)
  • Request Rx refills
  • Schedule or change appointments
  • Fill out and submit forms prior to appointments
  • Share information with other doctors/clinics
  • Fax, print or email records for external use

Best of all, it’s available online 24 hours a day, 7 days a week via any computer, tablet, or smart phone.

To put it simply, FollowMyHealth allows ADC to provide a safe and easy means of access to everything a you would need to streamline your next visit.

Take the stress out of staying healthy. Sign up or log in now.


ADC’s Dr. Sean Milligan (Neurology) Named Partner In MS Care

The National Multiple Sclerosis Society designated Dr. Sean Milligan, Neurologist, Amarillo Diagnostic Clinic, P.A. as Partner In MS Care

Congratulations Dr. Milligan!

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New Pap Smear Guidelines (Feat. Dr. Joanna Wilson)

Interview Dr. Joanna Wilson, ADC | KFDA, News Channel 10, Amarillo

Interview Dr. Joanna Wilson, ADC | KFDA, News Channel 10, Amarillo

Joanna Wilson, D. O. Internal Medicine specializing in Women's Health

Joanna Wilson, D. O.
Internal Medicine specializing in Women’s Health

Annual exams are now not really annual. The recommendations for Pap Smears have changed.

It’s recommended now that Pap Smear screening should start at age 21 and for most women, they can stop screening at age 65.

The reason for this is because the quality of Pap Smear screening has improved so much. No longer are we taking samples and smearing them on a slide to examine them. Now, they can take all the cells and examine them thoroughly with more sensitivity. Therefore, we can know that exams don’t have to be annual since the samples are quality. The samples are much better quality now then they once were.

The ability to reduce screening while increasing sensitivity is a unique thing in this day and age. It means you don’t have to be anxious about getting a Pap Smear once a year. For people who aren’t comfortable skipping their annual exam, by all means go to the annual exam to learn the other things you need such as blood pressure, weight and other things.

But the quality of the samples are so good now, and since we know so much more about the human papillomavirus – how it changes the cells an  what the timeline is  – we can, with very good science, say that screening every 3 years without the HPV add-on, or we can screen every 5 years with that test. We’re in good hands.

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Video: Women are 4x More Likely To Develop Osteoporosis

Did you know that women are four times more likely to develop Osteoporosis than men? If you have noticed a loss in height, or have a history of Osteoporosis, schedule an appointment with a Rheumatologist at Amarillo Diagnostic Clinic, the simple solution to your healthcare needs.

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Dr. Ming Chen, Amarillo Diagnostic Clinic, P.A. Specialist, Rheumatology

Ming Chen, M.D., Ph.D

What is Rheumatology?

Rheumatology is a sub-specialty in internal medicine, devoted to diagnosis and therapy of rheumatic diseases.

Learn more about this one of a kind specialty at Amarillo Diagnostic Clinic.

Video: How To Effectively Treat Headaches

From The Headache Center at ADC

Featuring Tiffany Ferrell RN, MSN, FNPC

A Conversation with Dr. Douglas Lewis

Douglas Lewis, D.O.

 Dr. Lewis has joined the Amarillo Diagnostic Clinic staff recently, adding experience to the group in the field of Neurology as well as his warm and comfortable personality. We sat down with him to talk about the move.

Here’s what he said:

Where did you practice before coming to ADC?

I was in private practice just up the street on 9th. It was a successful solo practice. I had a lot of wonderful patients. And now, I’m happy to continue their care at ADC.

Dynamics are different coming from a clinic. How has that been?

Dynamics are different. One of the reasons I decided to join the group was the other physicians along with the quality of care at this facility. It is a great group for sure.

We love Dr. Milligan. Because you are both Neurologists, are you looking forward to working with him? One thing about Dr. Milligan is his dry sense of humor…

Yes. He’s dryer than I am, I suspect. He’s great. A good guy.

How many years were you in private practice?

I was in private practice for eight years.

Where are you from?

I’m from Colorado Springs and attended high school there.

Where did you receive medical training?

I went to medical school at Des Moines University in Iowa. I did an internship in New Jersey and then my Neurology internship in Detroit where I also did a fellowship in Neuro-Physiology.  Once I finished my medical education, I came here and worked with a large physician group for about six years. After that, I went into private practice where I remained for the next eight years.  I’ve been in practice for about 14 years.  The years go by fast.

Do you visit Colorado often?

Yes, I do. I’m actually going in the near future. My high school buddies and I still get together every year and go camping for a weekend.

Where do you like to go?

We go all over. This year we’re going up near Steamboat, a long trip for me. But, it fits in okay.

Do you have family?

Yes. My wife is from the Amarillo region. I have two sons at home and a daughter who is currently attending Optometry School.

What are some hobbies you enjoy other than camping?

We like to ski, snowmobile, and other Winter activities.  We also enjoy water skiing in the Summer.

If you were opening up a keynote in front of millions of people, what’s something interesting you’d say?

Now, that would be hard. I am opening up a keynote this weekend at the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. I am a diabetic and have been on the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation board for the last couple years. I am opening up the walk this weekend.  I don’t know what I will say but I am sure it will come to me before then.

Being a doctor, you are the source of information everyday, it’s a totally different mindset. What’s that like?

Sure. It’s been about everything I expected it to be. I like it.