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Accepting New Patients - Walk-ins Welcome


Bellam Medical Clinic specializes in internal and general medicine for adults in the Dunnellon area and all Marion & Citrus Cos. Our focus is the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of diseases. We strive to promote an individual s overall wellness.
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Medical care provided Health and maintenance exam Immunization and shots Female/gynecological exam/women well visit exam Care for acute (Sick visit) and chronic medical conditions such as diabetes and hypertension School Physicals Sports Physicals Pre-op Physical Pre-employment Physical DOT Physical In House Procedures EKG Glucose/Sugar Test Pregnancy Test Diagnostic Testing Spirometry/Respiratory Test TB Test - PPD Urine Analysis Vision Screen Hearing Tests Ear Wash (cerumen removal) Immunization Skin Tag Removal Small Abcess Drainage Wart treatment/Cryotherapy

Experience & Accolades

Board Certified Internal Medicine

Location & Hours

Main Location

20021 SW 111th Pl

Dunnellon, FL 34432

Bellam Medical Clinic
Regular Hours
Mon - Fri:


Payment Method
visa, mastercard, check, amex, discover, debit, cash, travelers checks

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Physicians & Surgeons, Family Medicine & General Practice, Clinics, Health & Welfare Clinics, Medical Clinics, Physicians & Surgeons, Physicians & Surgeons, Internal Medicine
Saturday Appointments,Walk-Ins Welcome,Accepting New Patients


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Amanda G.


refused a call out for help!

I was told by a friend of mine to call and get in to see this doctor that he prescribed suboxone to individuals addicted to opiets. So I give it a shot and call the office to make an appointment. The receptionist asked me a few questions and said the doctor would look it over and they would be giving me a call back within a day or 2. After a week of still not hearing from the office I call the office back myself and ask if the doctor had decided to treat me as to which his answer was NO. How is it that a doctor that accepts new patients, my insurance can refuse to treat someone who is trying to change their life for the better and not be an addict to opiets. I think that its pretty sad that when a victim of the Florida pill mill doctors trys to reverse the situation for the better makes a call out for help and is denied.