Nicholson Internal Medicine is welcoming patients to a new normal, implementing enhanced safety protocols that offer patients the same quality of care they have grown to expect from all Iredell Physician Network offices while also providing peace of mind.
With continued diligence in cleaning practices, Nicholson Internal Medicine has new procedures and practices that will keep patients and staff safe as in-person visits increase.
Masks are required at our facility for patients, visitors and staff. If you are medically unable to wear a mask, you are encouraged to call our office prior to your scheduled time to let us know so we can assist you in adapting your appointment to a telehealth or car-side visit.
Schedule a virtual visit!
Worried about going to your provider's office during COVID-19?
Nicholson Internal Medicine can now treat patients over the phone or through video. We also offer car-side visits, which allow a patient to remain in their vehicle for their appointment.
Call 704.230.43827 to schedule your virtual or car-side visit.
John C Nicholson, MD
John C. Nicholson, MD, is board certified in internal medicine and specializes in all areas of adult and adolescent care. He earned his medical degree at Duke University and completed his residency at the University of Iowa.
Nicholson’s family has roots in Statesville and he has practiced medicine in the area for more than 25 years. He believes in listening to his patients and giving them time to share their concerns.
Internal medicine deals with the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of adult diseases. Internal medicine physicians (also called internists) are skilled in the management of patients who have undifferentiated or multi-system disease processes.
Internal medicine emphasizes the use of the best medical science available in caring for patients in the context of thoughtful, meaningful doctor-patient relationships
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