EPIC PRIMARY CARE has served patients for more than a decade. In 2000, Greg and Ted Naman finished their residencies and began their medical careers in private practice. Since then, we have grown, added clinicians, as well as a psychologist, podiatrist, and physical therapist. In 2015, we added an office at 18254 Livernois Avenue in Detroit, MI.
EPIC PRIMARY CARE has always committed to cutting-edge technology to better serve our primary care patients – we were one of the first medical practices in Michigan to adopt the use of electronic medical records in 2002. Through our growth and commitment to progress in this area, we have only become stronger and more efficient in servicing our primary care patients.
EPIC PRIMARY CARE meets Meaningful Use Requirements mandated by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act and continues to search for innovative technology and processes that can help us better meet your evolving needs.
EPIC PRIMARY doctors make their primary concern the happiness of our primary care patients.
OUR CARE IS COMPASSIONATE
Compassion is not taught in medical school, it’s a natural trait in good people – like every member of the EPIC PRIMARY team. Our compassion and concern for our primary care patients sets us apart and makes our care an EPIC experience. We are committed to EXCELLENCE and QUALITY in healthcare.
As primary care physicians, our commitment is to the highest level of quality medical care for a community we care about. We use the latest research, technology, and knowledge of the healthcare industry to serve our primary care patients.
The EPIC PRIMARY CARE promise is to provide the highest quality care with a commitment to excellence – our physicians specialize in family practice, internal medicine, and pediatrics. We provide care for patients of all ages, from newborn to geriatric primary care. We work to manage your acute and chronic conditions, offer annual wellness exams, and provide work, school, and sports physicals.
The Detroit region has a place and experience for everyone. It is home to several world-class museums including the Detroit Institute of Arts, the Charles. H. Wright Museum of African American History, the New Detroit Science Center, The Henry Ford, the Motown Museum and one of the world’s finest symphonies, the Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Detroit is home to five professional sports teams and more public golf courses than any other state. Michigan is also perfect for nature lovers as it is filled with state parks and thousands of inland lakes.
According to the Council for Community and Economic Research (C2ER), the Detroit region’s cost of living is only 95.3 or 4.7 percent below the national average. Compared with other major metropolitan areas throughout the United States, the Detroit region is a very affordable place to live.
Metro Detroit is a tourist destination easily accommodating super-sized crowds to events such as the Woodward Dream Cruise, North American International Auto Show, the Windsor-Detroit International Freedom Festival, 2009 NCAA Final Four, and Super Bowl XL. The Detroit International Riverfront links the Renaissance Center with a series of venues, parks, restaurants, and hotels. In 2006, the four-day Motown Winter Blast drew a cold weather crowd of about 1.2 million people to Campus Martius Park area downtown.
The Detroit region is at once an established and growing center for arts and culture, making it a popular destination for tourists and residents alike. In addition to housing, several burgeoning artist communities in the Detroit region is home to more than 30 art museums, most notably the Detroit Institute of Arts, the sixth-largest fine arts museum in the United States. The region is also home to the largest collection of African-American art and artifacts in the world which are housed at the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History. In addition, the region was the home of the first free-standing Holocaust Memorial Center, which has vividly portrayed the Holocaust for more than 25 years. With more than 40 theaters the Detroit region is second only to New York City for theater seats east of the Mississippi River. Detroit is home to the beautifully restored Fox Theatre and Max M. Fisher Music Center, which is home to the world-renowned Detroit Symphony Orchestra under the musical direction of Leonard Slatkin.
Detroit's metro parks include freshwater beaches such as Metropolitan Beach, Kensington Beach, and Stony Creek Beach. Metro Detroit offers canoeing through the Huron-Clinton Metro parks as well as downhill and cross-country skiing at Alpine Valley Ski Resort, Mt. Brighton, Mt. Holly, and Pine Knob Ski Resort. The Detroit River International Wildlife Refuge is the only international wildlife preserve in North America, uniquely located in the heart of a major metropolitan area. The Refuge includes islands, coastal wetlands, marshes, shoals, and waterfront lands along 48 miles (77 km) of the Detroit River and Western Lake Erie shoreline.