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Our Staff, Our Work Family



Patient Portal Activation/Review Medical Record

We are trying to improve our patient portal utilization. Please take a moment to activate your patient portal and review your medical record. If you need assistance, we can help you the next time you are in the office. Upon arrival, ask for a temporary user name and password. There is a computer work station set up in the lobby that you can use while you're waiting to be seen or after your visit. We're here to help! 

Dr. Blankenship is currently accepting

NEW PATIENTS!

(unfortunately, he is not able to take new Medicare patients at this time)

If you would like to be considered as a new patient, please look under the forms tab of this website and complete the "New Patient Application". The application can be brought by the office or faxed. Typically, it will be reviewed and someone from our office will contact you in 24-48 hours. If you have a problem and need to be seen right away, please call and work directly with our receptionist, Erica. 


Are you feeling sick? We have Acute Care appointments open daily.


 

Office Hours

Recall Notice

Office News

 

​     Mon    7AM until 3:30PM

      Tues   8AM until 12:00PM

Wed    8AM until 5PM

    Thrs    7AM until 3:30PM

     Fri       8AM until 5:00PM

Lunch: 12-1

*Please note, we will not see patients in the clinic on the third Thursday of every month, however, we will be available by phone from 8am until 12 noon. 


Gina Lose 

MA-Scribe

Sherri Franklin

Nurse/Office Manager

Blankenship Family Medicine

Putting Relationships at the Forefront of the Healthcare Experience

256-534-7235

Kind


Caring


Thorough


Trustworthy

Denise Jackson

Nurse

Links of Interest

Recall of Accu-Chek* Aviva Plus Test Strips. 

On May 15, 2018, Roche announced a voluntary recall of some lots of Accu-Check Aviva Plus test strips because the recalled strips had cracked reagent. 

Accu-Check Aviva Plus Strips 496947(10/31/18), 497291 (4/30/19), 497325 (5/31/19) and Accu-Check Aviva Plus Health Network Strips 497296 (4/30/19)


Fluticasone Propionate Nasal Spray by Apotex

On 31 May, 2018, Apotex announced a voluntary recall of one lot of fluticasone propionate nasal spray because some bottle were found to contain small glass particles which could block the actuator and impact the functionality of the pump. Per Apotex, there is a potential for patients to be exposed to the glass particles and mechanical irritation cannot be ruled out. Local trauma to the nasal mucosa might occur with use of the defective product. Fluticasone propionate nasal spray, 50 mcg per spray, 120 metered sprays. NDC 60606-0829-1/LOT NJ4501 (7/2020)




401 Lowell Drive, Suite 14, Huntsville, AL 35801

256-534-7235 TEL | 256-534-7268 FAX