Austin Family Doctor - Dr Donovan Runyan

Austin Family Doctor -    Dr Donovan Runyan Dr Donovan Runyan is a Family Medical Physician with a focus on Whole Family Wellness, including Nutrition and Diet.

South Austin Medical Clinic is a Team of 9 Physicians, with a variety of medical specialties, addressing all aspects of Family Medicine.

01/13/2022
01/13/2022

SAMC (South Austin Medical Clinic) has a full-partner opportunity for a full time Family Physician.
SAMC (South Austin Medical Clinic), a small private association of family doctors, is seeking one or two board-certified family medicine physicians to join our team! We are Austin’s longest-standing completely independent group of family physicians, located in beautiful, vibrant South Austin, since 1966.

Exhausted? Overwhelmed?
Feel like a cog in a corporate machine?
Frustrated by an overwhelming system where you have no voice?

The SAMC difference is that every physician partner is valued and respected with an equal voice in our practice and processes. If you’re ready for a change, we're excited to meet with you at your convenience (including evenings or weekends) to tour our clinic, meet our friendly staff, and chat with our partners.
Give us a call and discover a new work / life balance, where you can revive your love of family medicine, enjoy the support of your colleagues, grow your patient panel, and restore equilibrium and harmony to your life.

Contact us today!
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512-892-6600

01/07/2022

SAMC (South Austin Medical Clinic) has a full-partner opportunity for a full time Family Physician.

SAMC (South Austin Medical Clinic), a small private association of family doctors, is seeking one or two board-certified family medicine physicians to join our team! We are Austin’s longest-standing completely independent group of family physicians, located in beautiful, vibrant South Austin, since 1966.

Exhausted? Overwhelmed?
Feel like a cog in a corporate machine?
Frustrated by an overwhelming system where you have no voice?

The SAMC difference is that every physician partner is valued and respected with an equal voice in our practice and processes. If you’re ready for a change, we're excited to meet with you at your convenience (including evenings or weekends) to tour our clinic, meet our friendly staff, and chat with our partners.

Give us a call and discover a new work / life balance, where you can revive your love of family medicine, enjoy the support of your colleagues, grow your patient panel, and restore equilibrium and harmony to your life.

Contact us today!
[email protected]
512-892-6600





01/04/2022

SAMC (South Austin Medical Clinic) seeks two physicians for full partner opportunities. You'll enjoy the the support of an incredible Team of Family Physicians, a well trained and qualified support staff, flexible work schedules, and a convenient and central location in South Austin.
Contact us today!

Dr Donovan Runyan is a Family Medical Physician with a focus on Whole Family Wellness, including Nut

From insect bites and stings, to an open wound exposed to contaminated water, there are myriad sources of bacterial infe...
04/17/2021

From insect bites and stings, to an open wound exposed to contaminated water, there are myriad sources of bacterial infection. Bacteria are microscopic single-cell microorganisms that are found all around us. Most of them are harmless and many are helpful. For example, bacteria in your intestines (gut) help break down the food you eat so your body can digest it. However, some types of bacteria can cause bacterial infections, which in turn can cause sepsis.

Sometimes incorrectly called blood poisoning, sepsis is the body’s often deadly response to infection. Sepsis kills and disables millions and requires early suspicion and treatment for survival. Worldwide, one-third of people who develop sepsis die. Many who do survive are left with life-changing effects, such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), chronic pain and fatigue, organ dysfunction (organs don’t work properly), and/or amputations.

Sepsis and septic shock can result from an infection anywhere in the body, such as pneumonia, influenza, or urinary tract infections. Bacterial infections are the most common cause of sepsis.

What are the symptoms of a bacterial infection?
Bacterial infections present in many ways, depending on the part of the body affected. If you have bacterial pneumonia, you may experience:
>Fever
>Cough, with phlegm
>Shortness of breath
>Sweating
>Shaking chills
>Headache
>Muscle pain
>Fatigue
>Chest pain with breathing

If you have a urinary tract infection, you may have some of these symptoms:
>Sudden and extreme urges to void (pass urine)
>Frequent urges to void
>Burning, irritation or pain as you void
>A feeling of not emptying your bladder completely
>A feeling of pressure in your abdomen or lower back
>Thick or cloudy urine – it may contain blood
>Fever

The common element with most bacterial infections are:
>Fever
>Chills
>Pain or discomfort in the affected area
But if the infection is in a joint, that joint and the surrounding area will likely hurt; if you have a sinus infection, you will probably have a headache and foul nasal discharge, and so on.

Prevention
Not all infections can be prevented, but the chances of spreading bacterial infections can be greatly reduced by following these tips:
>Wash your hands often, particularly if you are in a healthcare facility.
>Keep wounds clean and covered.
>Avoid sharing personal items, such as razors.

Time is of the Essence
If you experience these symptoms, see a healthcare professional QUICKLY. Bacterial infections that become septic spread quickly and the results are often traumatic, even fatal.

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04/13/2021
07/27/2020

South Austin Medical Clinic ❤️ We put Care into Health-Care!

🎯 Open 7 Days a Week for Your Convenience! 🎯 . Monday to Friday: 7am - 7pm 🎯 . Saturday: 9am - 5pm 🎯 . Sunday: 12:00pm - 5:00pm

☎️ Appointment / Information - Call 512-892-6600

🏆 www.SouthAustinMed.com 🏆
Please Note: In compliance with safety protocols, masks are required

07/27/2020

South Austin Medical Clinic ❤️ We put Care into Health-Care!

🎯 Open 7 Days a Week for Your Convenience! 🎯 . Monday to Friday: 7am - 7pm 🎯 . Saturday: 9am - 5pm 🎯 . Sunday: 12:00pm - 5:00pm

☎️ Call for Appointment / Information: 512-892-6600 ☎️
🏆 www.SouthAustinMed.com 🏆

Please Note: In compliance with safety protocols, masks are required

07/22/2020

South Austin Medical Clinic ❤️ We put Care into Health-Care!

🎯 Open 7 Days a Week for Your Convenience! 🎯 Monday to Friday: 7am - 7pm 🎯 Saturday: 9am - 5pm 🎯 Sunday: 12:00pm - 5:00pm

☎️ Call for appointment: 512-892-6600 ☎️
🏆 www.SouthAustinMed.com 🏆

Please Note: In compliance with safety protocols, masks are required

07/20/2020

South Austin Medical Clinic - We put Care into Health Care
Open 7 Days a Week for Your Convenience!
Call for appointment: 512-892-6600

Open Monday to Friday: 7am - 7pm
Saturday: 9am - 5pm
Sunday: 12:00pm - 5:00pm
www.SouthAustinMed.com

Please Note: In compliance with safety protocols, masks are required

South Austin Medical Clinic - We put Care into Health CareOpen 7 Days a Week for Your Convenience!Call for appointment: ...
06/29/2020

South Austin Medical Clinic - We put Care into Health Care
Open 7 Days a Week for Your Convenience!
Call for appointment: 512-892-6600

Open Monday to Friday: 7am - 7pm
Saturday: 9am - 5pm
Sunday: 12:00pm - 5:00pm

Please Note: In compliance with safety protocols, masks are required

South Austin Medical Clinic - We put Care into Health CareOpen 7 Days a Week for Your Convenience!Call for appointment: ...
06/20/2020

South Austin Medical Clinic - We put Care into Health Care
Open 7 Days a Week for Your Convenience!
Call for appointment: 512-892-6600

Open Monday-Friday: 7am - 7pm
Open Saturday: 9am - 5pm
Open Sunday: 12:00pm-5:00pm

Please Note: In compliance with safety protocols, masks are required

Address

2555 Western Trails
Austin, TX
78745

Opening Hours

Monday 7am - 7pm
Tuesday 7am - 7pm
Wednesday 7am - 7pm
Thursday 7am - 7pm
Friday 7am - 7pm
Saturday 9am - 5pm
Sunday 12pm - 5pm

Telephone

(512) 892-6600

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