Dr. Neal Khurana sat down with local news station KTIV to discuss his non-surgical treatment option for enlarged prostates, a condition that affects the majority of men over age 50. Many men avoid treatment as the thought of surgery can be frightening, as well as taking time off to heal and recover. However, with this minimally invasive treatment option, men can go home the same day and resume normal activity within a couple of days.More
Thank you for choosing Midlands Clinic. If you have an upcoming appointment, please use this checklist to ensure you are prepared for your visit to the clinic as we practice new procedures due to COVID-19.More
A cancer diagnosis is something no one wants to hear. But, doctors right here in Siouxland are looking to make the process easier by bringing non-invasive cancer treatments to patients.
“Different types of cancers have different ways that they grow,” Interventional Radiologist Neal Khurana said.More
With Dr. Mark Abraham
Robotic surgery is becoming more common in Siouxland and across the nation, but what is it exactly? Why should you be aware of this as an option of surgery? We sat down with our very own general surgeon, Dr. Abraham, and asked him why he prefers this method of surgery.More
With spring and summer around the corner, it’s important to get your skin checked before heading out into the sun, meaning it’s the perfect moment to see a doctor and get a skin cancer screening.More
With COVID-19 officially being classified a pandemic, we as a healthcare facility need to act appropriately and carefully to protect our compromised patients, staff, and every person for that matter. Effective immediately, Midlands Clinic kindly asks that all patients experiencing flu like symptoms or who have traveled overseas or to infected areas in the last 14 days call our clinic at 605-217-5500 to receive instruction on how to move forward with any appointments.More
Right now, during the outbreak of COVID-19, we need your help to protect our ability to take care of you, your family and the patients who need us the most. We are continuing to explore ways to practice social distancing at our office and will continue to update you of these practices. One of those practices being implemented is telehealth visits.
Midlands Clinic now offers virtual visits! If you have an upcoming appointment, our providers may be able to continue your care via a secure virtual visit. We will use a platform called Doxy.me. Doxy.me is a secure site that allows you to have a video appointment with your provider through your desktop, tablet, or smartphone. It is extremely simple and easy to use for both clinicians and patients.
If you have an upcoming appointment, a representative from our office may reach out to you and offer a virtual or telehealth visit if they feel this is a good alternative for you.
If you need an appointment or would like to reschedule your appointment, you may call us at 605-217-5500, Opt. 8, to see if you would be a candidate for a virtual or telehealth visit.
For more information on accessing your virtual appointment, click the link below. More
How to access your telehealth appointment
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Tabitha Moyer, from Eastern Iowa but has practiced all over the country, sat down with us to discuss her career in the skincare industry, what led her to it and some of her favorite parts of the gig! Keep reading to learn all about Tabitha!More
More than 20 years ago Lindsay Washburn was dealt a hand she wasn’t expecting.
She was diagnosed with Crohn’s disease; an inflammatory bowel disease that causes inflammation of the digestive tract, which can lead to abdominal pain, severe diarrhea, fatigue, weight loss and malnutrition.More