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Gastroenterologist Dr. George Yared to hold free seminar in Moultrie

In honor of National Colorectal Awareness Month in March, gastroenterologist Dr. George Yared with Affinity Clinic will be providing a free seminar in Moultrie titled “The Myths and Facts About Colon Cancer.” This event, which includes a complimentary meal, will be held at Southern Regional Technical College in Moultrie on Tuesday, March 20 at 6:00 p.m. Seating is limited and registration is required. To register, use the link below or call 229-353-6316. Southern Regional Technical College is located in Moultrie at 800 N. Veterans Parkway.

Dr. Yared is available to see patients in Moultrie at the office of Affinity Physicians for Women, located in Moultrie at 2 Hospital Park. To make an appointment in Moultrie, call 229- 391-4030.

Register for the seminar online. 

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Affinity Clinic Upgrades Phone System

Affinity Clinic is committed to meeting the needs of patients and have utilized many of our patients’ suggestions. After careful evaluation, it was found necessary to upgrade our phone system in order to improve access and communication. Click on the link below for latest phone list of providers and support services. Thanks for putting your trust into Affinity Clinic.

Affinity Clinic Departmental Phone List 


April is Cancer Control Month

April 2, 2018 by Molly Huff

April has been deemed Cancer Control Month by the U.S. Government.  This is a good time to look at your personal health and make time for the screenings that could save your life.  This year alone, an estimated half million Americans will lose their lives to cancer, and three times that many will be diagnosed with this devastating illness.

Cancer patients are anyone and everyone: parents and grandparents, children and friends.  The disease touches almost all of us. Yet, today, we stand at a critical moment in cancer research that promises significant advances for patients and an accelerated pace of lifesaving discoveries.  During National Cancer Control month this April, we remember those we have lost, support Americans fighting this disease, and recommit to progress toward effective cancer control.
Prevention and screening are our best defenses against cancer.  All Americans can reduce their risk by eating a healthy diet, exercising regularly, limiting sun exposure, avoiding excessive alcohol consumption, living tobacco-free, and taking advantage of appropriate regularly scheduled cancer screenings.
The following cancer screenings can save your life - check with your physician to see when is the right time for you to proceed with the following screenings:
  • Breast Cancer (mammography and clinical breast exam)
  • Cervical and Vaginal Cancer (pap test and pelvic exam)
  • Prostate Cancer (PSA blood test and Digital Rectal Exam)
  • Colorectal Cancer

Be your own best advocate and talk with your doctor about preventative care and screenings.  Visit the American Cancer Society's website for more information on joining the fight against cancer.



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Affinity Clinic, a multi-specialty clinic, provides adult and pediatric patients across South Georgia with medical care in a variety of areas including Cardiology, Family Practice, Gastroenterology, Internal Medicine, Neurology, Pediatric & Adolescent MedicinePulmonary Medicine & Critical Care, and Obstetrics & Gynecology.

The Aesthetic Center at Affinity offers patients the latest in medical grade skin care. From microdermabrasion and vein treatment to laser hair removal, photofacials, BOTOX and more our certified laser assistant and licensed skin specialist provides patients with personal attention and quality care.