Bernard Addo-Quaye, MD
Board-certified family physician who has been in practice for over 20 years
caring for Adults and Children of ALL ages..
We have Moved!
After several years in North Las Vegas, Dr. Addo-Quaye has relocated to a new office just 10 (ten) minutes away, joining together with Nevada Treatment Center to continue to provide you with the best care. We look forward to seeing you at our new location! Please be patient as we transition with the goal of taking care of you and your family as we have done for over 20 years.
last couple of years have been a challenging time for all of us. We continue to deal with the effects of Covid-19, but we are confident that working together, we can all do our part to ensure that we get through with as little disruption as possible.
Continue to follow the CDC guidelines and to protect yourselves and your loved ones by taking all the necessary care, as we continue to return to our normal lives. Please contact the office on our new number (702) 685-0620 to schedule your appointment, or with any questions.
Dr. Bernard Addo-Quaye
1721 E. Charleston Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89104
Tel: (702) 685-0620
Stop by, see us and join our caring family. We Listen, We Care!
Latest Clinic News:
ANNUAL WELLNESS VISITS
Do you know you are entitled to one FREE Annual Wellness Visit (AWV) each year through your insurance?
These visits are set for a day when we can review all your healthcare needs and should be scheduled for a day when you have no acute problems.
There is generally no charge for this visit unless acute problems are addressed, in which case we will bill your insurance or you may be responsible for the acute portion of the visit, unless covered by your insurance.
Follow local, national, and global (CDC, SNVHD and WHO) guidelines, and get your covid-19 shots, as we strive to recover from the global pandemic.
Flu season is here!
We are offering flu shots for all patients aged 9 and above.
Contrary to popular belief, you cannot get the flu from a flu shot. Common side effects include:
redness, soreness and some swelling at the injection site
aches (do not last very long)
TIPS TO KEEP THE FLU AT BAY
Wash your hands regularly with soap and water
Avoid touching you eyes, nose and mouth
Avoid contact with people who have the flu already or are sick
Cover your nose and mouth when coughing or sneezing
Keep allergies under control
Eat lots of fruits and vegetables