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Wakefield Medical

Coastal Medical Wakefield is conveniently located in the Medical Office Building at South County Hospital in Wakefield, RI. Our highly trained team of professionals includes two internists, a physician assistant, a clinical pharmacis, a nurse care manager, an office manager, medical assistants, and administrative assistants who strive to make your healthcare experience a positive one.

In addition to our doctors, the Wakefield Medical Care Team consists of an practice manager, Debra Ottaviani; nurse care manager, Kristen Young; physician assistant, Amy Berrol; Nurse Practitioner, Alexandra Harnois and clinical pharmacist, Elyse Leandro.

At Coastal Medical Wakefield, we take a team approach to your care. If you have a specific health issue that needs to be addressed, our doctors, physician assistant and pharmacist will work together to give you the best treatment possible. We pride ourselves as an NCQA level 3 recognized medical facility, offering exceptional healthcare services to our patients.Coastal365 Adult Sick Visit Appointments - E. Providence, E. Greenwich, Wakefield

In addition to well visits, we offer same day sick appointments, 24 hour on call physician access and a convenient on site laboratory.

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News & Updates

Coastal’s Musculoskeletal Health Program to Open October 15, 2018 - 10/09/18

Coastal's adult and pediatric patients will have access to timely, high-quality non-operative orthopedic consultations and services.

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Coastal Medical takes first place in two categories in the ProJo’s Readers’ Choice Awards - 05/04/18

Coastal Medical wins Providence Journal’s Readers’ Choice Award in the categories of Primary Care Physician and Pediatrician.

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