Dr. Mark Campbell & the Winchester Medical Clinic

at 1390 S Winchester Blvd, Fl 1, San Jose, 95128 United States

A family doctor & general practitioner, accepting new patients with or without insurance. Habla espanol.


Dr. Mark Campbell & the Winchester Medical Clinic
1390 S Winchester Blvd, Fl 1
San Jose , CA 95128
United States
Contact Phone
P: (408) 866-8200
Website

Description

Dr. Campbell is a family practitioner and hospitalist with a degree from the University of California at San Francisco, and over 30 years experience in family medicine. New patients are welcome, with or without insurance, and Medicare is accepted as well. La oficina también tiene assistencia que hablan español.

Opening time

  • Mondays: 09:00- 18:00
  • Tuesdays: 09:00- 18:00
  • Wednesdays: 09:00- 18:00
  • Thursdays: 09:00- 18:00
  • Fridays: 09:00- 18:00

Reviews for Mark F Campbell, MD

Josh W.

I have never had a doctor take such good care of me. He took time to listen to what was wrong with me and then did everything he could to figure out the... Read more

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Went for routine tests for school and as a result I have to say he misdiagnosed a very serious life threatening disease. I got a second opinion of the "... Read more

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That rain storm sure left a lot of folks feeling under the weather (so to speak). Remember to layer up in the cooler mornings and evenings, and stay cool during the warm afternoons.

Published on 2013-09-24 04:26:29 GMT

Remember to make an appointment, as the schedule fills up fast (especially with the changing season sparking allergies). But we do most of our testing in-house so there is no need to travel to multiple locations or other hassles. So give us a ring, at 408.866-8200 and see about getting healthier.

Published on 2013-09-05 23:13:24 GMT

"Be safe this Labor Day weekend. I don't want to see any of you in the office on Tuesday." your doctor. ;-)

Published on 2013-09-01 22:57:59 GMT

Muscle pulls & tears are often best treated by icing the injury during the first 48-hours, followed by a process of "heating and then icing" during the days that follow. This is for a typical muscle injury - consult a physician (like me) for the best advice regarding your particular injury.

Published on 2013-08-07 01:03:07 GMT

We have no idea what the weather is up to either, but we do know the best ways to remain comfortable and healthy are layers (easy transition between environments), get plenty of sleep (7-8hrs is good place to start), and drink lots of water (~1/2 gallon, and coffee/soda/juice/energy drinks do not count). These three tips alone will make your day much easier.

Published on 2014-03-11 16:00:23 GMT

A great thing about wearing layers is that it's okay if the first ones get wet. You just take them off when you get to where you are going. Stay warm. Stay dry.

Published on 2014-02-08 18:53:36 GMT

As Winter seems to have finally made up its mind & settled in, remember to dress in layers to stay warm, drink 3+ liters of water a day (no, coffee and soda do not count), and get sleep. Your body struggles hard whenever you miss any of these activities, and a struggling body is more susceptible to illness.

Published on 2014-01-07 17:27:15 GMT

Remember to take a walk. It's a great way to feel better after eating too much.

Published on 2013-12-02 02:16:58 GMT

.brrr. Mornings are getting colder. A great way to combat morning chills is, surprisingly, getting more sleep. Your metabolism runs inefficiently when you have not had enough sleep (a state akin to shock). A solid 8 hours (give/take) will have your metabolism humming, and in turn you'll have more body heat to fend off the chilly morning.

Published on 2013-10-03 21:27:01 GMT

If you have trouble sleeping, come in for a test. Covered by most insurances, it's done right in the office, and we can find time that will work with any schedule. And that right there, will help you sleep better.

Published on 2013-07-01 16:20:00 GMT

Water for your body is like oil for your car: your body operates more efficiently and reliably when there is plenty of good, clean water pumping through your veins. A good baseline is 2 liters of water, and remember that other drinks do not count. In other words, coffee, juice, soda, milk, and other drinks are not substitutes for water (though they can certainly taste good).

Published on 2013-06-25 17:00:35 GMT

What strange weather we're having. Rain and cold breezes, in June? Remember to wear layers - you want to stay warm & dry, but then also not get too hot once indoors.

Published on 2013-06-25 16:50:37 GMT

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Published on 2013-06-20 18:27:18 GMT

Many insurance companies have nurses staffing phones, ready to take questions, symptoms, and help in any way they can. An invaluable resource, free through your insurance, and definitely worth a call (especially in those off-hours, non-emergency situations). Look on the back of your insurance card for telephone numbers.

Published on 2013-06-18 16:40:00 GMT

Do you have a question you'd like Dr. Campbell to answer? (make sure to keep it general, and provide no private information). We'll put an answer together for you quickly.

Published on 2013-06-11 03:04:00 GMT

Did you know there's no need for separate labs for tests? Dr. Campbell collects most tests (blood draws, etc) in his office, so there's no need to drive all over the city.

Published on 2013-06-03 22:00:19 GMT

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Published on 2013-06-03 21:57:23 GMT

We hope your Memorial Day weekend was fun-filled. For those suffering uncomfortable after-effects of alcohol consumption (read: "hangover"), it is necessary to drink extra water. If you normally drink 2-3 liters, add one more. For those who drink less than 2 liters, well, you're not drinking enough water to begin with: 2 liters should be your minimum each day (or more, in some cases).

Published on 2013-05-28 17:25:39 GMT

We hope your Memorial Day weekend was fun-filled. For those suffering uncomfortable after-effects of alcohol consumption (read: "hangover"), it is necessary to drink extra water. If you normally drink 2-3 liters, add one more. For those who drink less than 2 liters, well, you're not drinking enough water to begin with: 2 liters should be your minimum each day (or more, in some cases).

Published on 2013-05-28 17:24:32 GMT

Our thoughts go out to the victims of the tornado in Oklahoma. If you would like to help, here is a link to the Eastern Oklahoma American Red Cross, and the The Salvation Army USA, both of whom are supporting those affected by this terrible storm.

Published on 2013-05-21 23:24:53 GMT

Dr. Campbell has room this week, for new patients. Call to make an appointment, and remember that you don't need insurance.

Published on 2013-05-20 16:29:01 GMT

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Published on 2013-05-20 16:27:27 GMT

It may sound strange to say this in May but, it's chilly and rainy - make sure to wear a warm layer.

Published on 2013-05-16 17:49:19 GMT

Negin K., thank you for liking our page!