Are you accepting new patients?
Yes, we are accepting new patients. Also, we reserve some spots for same day appointments.

What insurances do you take?
We participate in most insurances.
(We are not participating with Medicaid at this time).

What is Internal Medicine?
Internal Medicine is healthcare for adults over age 16, including all primary care needs.
At Flatiron Internal Medicine we focus on the treatment,  diagnosis, and preventative care of adults.

What hours are you open?
Our office hours are 8:00 a.m.– 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.  Our phones are open from 8:00 am until 4:30 p.m. and we are closed for lunch from 12-1:00 p.m.

Do you have 24 hour coverage?
Yes, we have a 24 hour answering service and a provider available at all times for urgent calls that cannot wait until usual business hours.

Where are you located?
We are conveniently located next to Avista Adventist Hospital in Louisville. Refer to our map in our location section for directions.

Are your providers board certified?
Yes, Aimee Morin, FNP, and Sarah Kressy, ANP, are board certified nurse practitioners. Dr. Erik Mondrow is board certified in internal medicine and a fellow of the American College of Physicians.

Can I email you my questions?
Our office subscribes to NextMD, a protected web portal which allows one secure access to us and to your health information. This service is at no cost to you and we can sign you up for it on your first visit.

How soon can I get in for appointment?
Often on the same day or within a few days.  Just give our office a call at 303-666-7560.   We look forward to meeting you and our experienced staff is happy to help you.

What care can a nurse practitioner provide for me?
Nurse Practitioners have advanced Master’s Degrees and undergo rigorous training prior to being awarded their degrees. They are qualified to diagnose and treat acute and chronic conditions as primary care providers. The scope of what a nurse practitioner does includes prescribing medications, ordering laboratory tests and ordering diagnostic studies.

Nurse Practitioners also perform comprehensive health histories and physical assessments taking into account the patient’s biological, social and physical wellness. Aimee Morin, FNP, and Sarah Kressy, ANP, each have extensive experience as primary care providers.

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