Whole Family Health Center Adds 4 New Physicians To Serve Fort Pierce, Vero Beach

Megan Morris | 16 Apr, 2019


Dr. Ronald Goodman, left, Dr. Peggy Schneider, Dr. Joshua Fowler and Dr. Carmen Rosado have joined Whole Family Health Center as the nonprofit organization expands healthcare services in Fort Pierce and Vero Beach.

Whole Family Health Center, a nonprofit provider of healthcare services with offices in Fort Pierce and Vero Beach, is expanding its medical staff to include four new physicians, three family medicine physicians and a pediatrician.

“We’re very excited to introduce our newest physicians to the community,” said Whole Family Health Center CEO Marie Andress. “They will enable us to serve even more patients throughout the area and meet the healthcare needs of everyone from infants through adults.”

The new physicians are Dr. Ronald Goodman, board certified in family medicine, with more than four decades of experience in primary care; Dr. Joshua Fowler, board certified in family medicine, with experience in both the medical profession and the practice of law; Dr. Carmen Rosado, board certified in pediatrics, with a longstanding successful pediatrics practice in Fort Pierce; and Dr. Peggy Schneider, board certified in family medicine, with more than two decades of experience in primary care services at her practice in Boynton Beach.

They join founder Dr. Gerald Pierone Jr. and Medical Director Dr. Monisola Oni.

Whole Family Health Center, formerly AIDS Research and Treatment Center of the Treasure Coast, has been active in the community since its founding in 1995 by Pierone, who has had a longstanding interest in caring for patients coping with the complications of HIV treatment.

“Each of our physicians brings great warmth and respect to our patients along with their medical expertise,” said Andress. “Along with our team of nurse practitioners, nurses, therapists and technicians, they are partners with our patients in their health and well-being.”

The center now offers a full range of primary care and internal medicine services including wellness visits, vaccinations, diabetes care, hypertension, treatment of sexually transmitted diseases, behavioral health and pediatrics. An onsite pharmacy offering discounted pricing and diagnostic lab make the center’s offices a one-stop provider for the entire family.

As a federally-designated provider of services for individuals with limited access to care and limited resources, Whole Family Health accepts most insurances and offers a sliding fee discount program to eligible patients. No one is turned away for their lack of ability to pay.

For appointments, call 772-468-9900 in Fort Pierce and 772-257-5785 in Vero Beach, and visit the website at www.wholefamilyhealthcenter.org. Its two locations are: 725 N. U.S. 1, Fort Pierce; and 981 37th Place, Vero Beach.

It is a 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation. Donations are welcome.

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To make an appointment please call 1-877-345-WFHC (9342)

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