Please NOTE: At this time Masks may be required by your physician’s office as our community level is Medium. Please call your provider’s office prior to your visit.

NEW Lab Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday, 6:30am-5:00pm, closed Saturday and Sunday.

UPDATE: The Lab is transitioning to scheduled lab draw appointments. To book an appointment, please CLICK HERE.

TPCA Welcomes Lynn A. Steele, ARNP-C!

We would like to welcome Lynn A. Steele, ARNP-C, to the TPCA Family! Lynn is the newest member of Family Medicine Physician, Dr. Laura Rosner’s medical staff. Lynn brings over 17 years of experience as a nurse. She obtained both her Bachelors of Science and Masters of Science Degree in Nursing from the Florida State[…]

Holiday Hours

Happy Holidays! Please note that your TPCA family has special holiday hours. We hope you enjoy the holiday season with your family and loved ones. #TisTheSeason • Monday, December 25th: Closed • Monday, January 1st: Closed *Our lab will be open for normal business hours on Saturdays, December 23rd and December 30th, from 8:00am-12:00pm.[…]

ATTN Patients: Hurricane Irma and TPCA Office Closings

Dear TPCA Family, Due to the uncertainty of the dangers of Hurricane Irma and concern for the safety of our employees, all TPCA offices will be closed through Monday, September 11th. Unless otherwise communicated, we will resume normal business hours on Tuesday, September 12th. Please continue to check our Facebook page for future communication on[…]

TPCA Welcomes Dr. Oliver Reyes, Pediatrician!

We would like to welcome Oliver A. Reyes, D.O. to our team of pediatricians! He is the newest member of our Tallahassee Pediatrics provider staff. Dr. Reyes obtained his Doctor of Osteopathy Degree from the University of North Texas Health Science Center in Fort Worth, TX. He then completed his General Pediatrics residency at the[…]

Dr. Morse’s 7 “Secrets” to Remedy a Cold

By: Dr. William L. Morse, TPCA Integrative Family Medicine Below are the things that I use when I get a cold. I believe the sooner you follow these recommendations, the faster you can start your journey to recovery. The first 4 – what I call the “Big 4” – are the most important ones. 1.[…]

TPCA Welcomes Susan M. Alvarez, ARNP, DNP

We would like to welcome Susan M. Alvarez, ARNP, DNP, to the TPCA Family! Susan is the newest member of Rheumatologist Dr. Pooja Patel’s medical staff and has been a practicing nurse for over 4 years. She obtained her Bachelors of Science and Doctorate of Nursing Practice from the University of Florida. She also brings[…]

Exercise: Apply Daily

By: Christine Morse, M.S., Certified Personal Trainer and daughter of Dr. William Morse, TPCA Integrative Family Medicine physician. I often tell people that exercise is like brushing your teeth. Once a week you don’t pile on seven times the amount of toothpaste you normally need and then skip brushing for the remainder of the week.[…]

TPCA Nominated for a Demo Award!

We are proud to announce that we have been nominated for a Demo Award! The Demo Awards is a new program created by the Tallahassee Democrat and The Centre of Tallahassee to honor local businesses for their outstanding service to the community. Each award category has two finalists and the winner of each will be[…]

TPCA Welcomes Hanna M. Moore, ARNP!

We would like to welcome Hanna M. Moore, ARNP, to the TPCA Family! Hanna is the newest member of Dr. Wallace’s medical staff and has been a practicing nurse for over 5 years. She obtained her Master of Science in Nursing and Master of Public Health from the University of South Florida. In addition to[…]

Going for the Goal

By: Christine Morse, M.S., Certified Personal Trainer and daughter of Dr. William Morse, TPCA Integrative Family Medicine physician. Let’s set some goals. Goals are essentially resolutions with an action plan. A goal has to be measurable and achievable. If it’s not achievable and measureable then it’s just a wish. How will you measure your progress?[…]

That Thing Called Stress

Modern life is full of frustrations, deadlines, and demands. For many people, stress is so commonplace that it has become a way of life. Stress isn’t always bad though. Stress within your comfort zone can help you perform under pressure, motivate you to do your best, even keep you safe when danger looms. But, when[…]

New Year’s Resolution: Time

Many of us make New Year’s resolutions related to exercise and fitness. Do you have a hard time setting these New Year’s resolutions? Do you have an even harder time keeping them? For those of you that can relate, here’s a suggestion: This year, instead of setting an outcome goal, try setting a time goal.[…]

TPCA Welcomes Thomas Austin Zorn, MD!

We would like to welcome Dr. Thomas Austin Zorn to our team of Family Medicine physicians! Dr. Zorn obtained his medical degree from Emory University and completed his residency with the Tallahassee Memorial Family Medicine Residency Program. As a primary care provider, Dr. Zorn believes it is important to establish and maintain effective communication with[…]

Healthy Holidays!

Contributed By: Christine Morse, MS, Fitness Coordinator with Premier Health and Fitness Center Is it possible to maintain a healthy lifestyle during the holiday season? Or better yet, is it possible to maintain a healthy lifestyle and still enjoy the holiday season? I submit to you that yes, it is possible! There are small things[…]

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