Primary Care

Lawrence Medical Center relies on EMRs, which are a digital, portable version of the traditional paper file system accessible to all doctors.
Physical Exams

Includes your health history, vital signs, general appearance, and examinations of your heart, lung, head, neck, abdomen, neurology, skin, and extremities. For females, this can include breast and pelvic exams; for males, the physical exam can include a testicular and prostate exam.

Chronic Lung Diseases And Asthma

COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease) is a general term describing lung disease that refers to both chronic bronchitis and emphysema with symptoms such as a cough that won’t go away, coughing up mucous, or often being short of breath both at rest and when you exert yourself. As an Internal Medicine physician, Dr. Malis can diagnosis and treat COPD to help you manage your illness, help you breathe easier, and enjoy life more.

Congestive Heart Failure

About 600,000 Americans die of heart disease each year – that’s 1 in every 4 deaths. In Heart Failure, your heart’s pump action is dysfunctional and may be associated with multiple conditions that place extra strain on the heart. For example, heart conditions include high blood pressure and heart valve disease, thyroid disease, kidney disease, diabetes and coronary heart disease (heart artery blockages). Prevention is key and early recognition and management is essential.


This is a very common disease that affects millions of Americans. High blood sugar produces classic symptoms such as frequent urination, increased thirst, and increased hunger. Its complications tend to affect every single body system that we have and can be absolutely debilitating. The good news, however, is we can effectively manage it. We accurately assess your risk and provide you with the tools that enable you to control your diabetes.

Electronic Medical Records

Lawrence Medical Center relies on EMRs, which are a digital, portable version of the traditional paper file system accessible to all doctors. With EMRs, LMC Internal Medicine gives you access to your complete medical history and records so you’re able to seamlessly share them with other consulting physicians involved in your care.

Erectile Dysfunction

ED, which affects approximately 18 million American men, is the inability to achieve or sustain an erection suitable for sexual intercourse. This is a traditionally difficult topic for a lot of patients to discuss, however, Dr. Malis’s excellent relationship with his patients has made it very easy for them to open up and share the problem. Multiple causative factors exist and our work-up will determine the appropriate treatment for you.

Health Maintenance

As part of our services as a Primary Care practice, Dr. Malis can recommend and develop a personalized, customized health plan that fits your particular lifestyle, age, and body type.

High Cholesterol

Affecting 42 million Americans, cholesterol is a silent health risk that can be deadly. It’s a waxy, fat-like substance made in the liver and other cells and found in certain animal foods, like dairy products, eggs, and meat. Dr. Malis can do a simple blood test to determine whether you have high or borderline cholesterol – and what the next steps may be to improve your health.


High blood pressure, also known as arterial hypertension, is a chronic medical condition characterized by elevated blood pressure in your arteries, which makes your heart work harder to circular blood. It is dangerous because most people will have no symptoms for a long time unless they are regularly checked. Depending on your health profile, there are different blood pressure recommendations and a pressure of 140/90 and above would be considered abnormal.

Obesity/Weight Control

Many of our medical problems have a direct relation to weight, especially Diabetes, making this an issue of personal concern to Dr. Malis. He helps his patients by discussing their diets and offers nutritional counseling / weight loss programs to help you live a balanced, fulfilling life. You can join our practice’s weight loss challenge!

Office Spirometry

This is good test to measure a patient’s lung’s function and helps complete an evaluation of respiratory symptoms such as shortness of breath, coughing and wheezing, or risk factors of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (smoking, occupational exposures, and family history).

Seasonal Illnesses

Every year, many patients are afflicted with flu, colds and allergies. In fact, during flu season starting each September, at least one in every 5 to 20 people in the U.S. will get the flu, so make an appointment now for your flu shot and physical exam. Seasonal allergies can also result from grass, weed, tree pollen, or molds.

Women Health Initiatives

Includes but not limited to breast and pelvic exams.