Internal Medicine

Lutheran Medical Group's team of internal medicine physicians, also known as internists, are specially trained to prevent, diagnose and treat nonsurgical conditions and diseases that affect adults, including common to rare and simple to complex conditions. Internists, who promote and help their patients maintain good overall health, focus on the entire patient instead of a particular organ system. They are specially trained to treat hard-to-diagnose conditions and severe chronic illnesses and may treat multiple conditions at one time.

Internists treat conditions in the nervous, digestive, endocrine and circulatory systems, conditions that may affect the heart, lungs, kidneys, eyes, ears and skin. In addition, internists treat high blood pressure, hypertension, heart disease and common illnesses such as the flu. LMG's internists work collaboratively with the group's other physician specialists and make referrals to them when necessary.

Internists also focus on educating patients on topics such as exercise, hygiene and nutrition to help them better manage their lifestyles and prevent illnesses. In addition, internists treat patients with mental-health and substance-abuse issues.


Meet the Internists

Lutheran Medical Group physicians are accepting new patients unless otherwise noted.
Physician video
Dinesh Agnihotri
MD
Joseph Eapen
MD
Kent Farnsworth
MD
Ami Kulkarni
DO
Physician video
Anupma Lal
MD
Sanjay Patel
MD
Tammie Stinson
MD

Meet the Internal Medicine NPs/PAs & others

Lutheran Medical Group NPs and PAs are accepting new patients unless otherwise noted.
Lucia Kroh
NP
Susan Maloney
CFNP
 
Internists

Internal Medicine NPs/PAs & others

Services

LUTHERAN HEALTH NETWORK
BLUFFTON REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER | DUKES MEMORIAL HOSPITAL | DUPONT HOSPITAL* | KOSCIUSKO COMMUNITY HOSPITAL*
LUTHERAN HEALTH PHYSICIANS | LUTHERAN HOSPITAL* | THE ORTHOPEDIC HOSPITAL* | REDIMED | REHABILITATION HOSPITAL*
ST. JOSEPH HOSPITAL*

*A physician owned hospital.

If you are experiencing a medical emergency, call 911.
Patients are seen in order of severity, therefore, your spot may not be guaranteed. In case of a life-threatening emergency, call 911.
Patient results may vary. Consult your physician about the benefits and risks of any surgical procedure or treatment.