Dr. Francene gayle integrates her actions according to the patient’s and her family’s needs, fulfilling preventive, diagnostic, and therapeutic actions longitudinally. Their attention extends as long as necessary to guarantee the evolution of young people treated and their families. This service includes a comprehensive approach that promotes effectiveness and results in each therapy process to treat the origin of any problem.
She is trained to provide broad and inclusive listening of the physical and emotional planes. Respect for the autonomy of the patient and the principle of first not harm, of not making the healthy sick, and not complicating the lives of the sick are central principles of this famous family doctor.
The relationship with the patient Dr. Francene Gayle has an important effect on the disease and its evolution. It makes the patient see that he is also responsible for her health. All illnesses have both mental and physical components.
Provides accurate diagnoses
For people who suffer from a disorder, any circumstance is perceived as threatening, no matter how normal it may seem. To obtain adequate treatment, the patient must undergo a comprehensive evaluation that allows for an accurate diagnosis to design a personalized treatment plan since there is no specific standard.
Dr. Francene Gayle provides dedicated care and the best medical services to carry out family health processes that help the patient achieve the best results. A good service and a good treatment will depend on a correct diagnosis through neuropsychological tests and the most outstanding family services to guarantee good management of the treatments.
Treats different health problems
The training of Dr. Francene gayle includes, mainly, training in the most frequent outpatient management health problems, including obesity, regardless of the organ or system that is affected, as well as monitoring and care of problems that may require hospitalization.
The possibility of following her patient for many years makes Dr. Gayle aware of her preferences, values, beliefs, and individual characteristics, as well as her family dynamics and social context, with information that facilitates her care before the different health problems.