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We Now Offer Immigration Physicals

We now offer Immigration Physicals. Dr. Adolfo Teran is recognized by the USCIS as a Civil Surgeon. Our office will provide the necessary documents such as I-693 form after the requirements are completed. Call us to schedule your appointment today 352-404-8961

Prior to Exam Appointment:

1. Provide our office your Vaccine Record
2. Arrive for appointment 30 minutes prior to appointment time.

What to expect:
1. Provide Valid Identification ID
2. Physical Examination and Evaluation Performed
3. Skin Test and possible Chest Xray (if positive skin test ) for Tuberculosis
4. Blood Test for Syphilis
5. Vaccine Record or Blood Test for certain Titers can be tested. Our office can provide the necessary vaccines suggested by the Advisory Committee for Immunization Practice (ACIP)

** For prices, please call our office at 352-404-8961

Our New Office

Welcome to Orange Doc Family Medicine! Where we take great care of your medical needs.

It’s been 3 years since we opened our doors at Orange Doc Family Medicine . We are looking forward to becoming the best local family and pediatric medical facility in Clermont to serve you and your loved ones. We continue to strive to give our best, compassionate and knowledgeable medical care. Please check out our growing photo gallery from start to finish and call today to book your appointment for your family’s medical needs. Come in and see why Our Orange Is Unique!!

Mission Statement

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Orange Doc Family Medicine’s mission is to deliver outstanding, compassionate and trustworthy medical care to all ages in the Clermont and South Lake County area, by focusing on the four principles of access, interaction, reliability and vitality.

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