(760) 305 - 1900

Clancy Medical Group Vista, California

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Family & Internal Medicine

2375 S. Melrose Dr. Vista, CA 92081
Phone: 760-305-1900

Clancy Medical Group

Clancy Medical Group in Vista, CA, is a family-focused practice—both professionally and personally. Led by spouses Drs. Tara and John Clancy, the team at Clancy Medical Group specialize in osteopathic medicine, which includes treatment of diabetes, hypertension, congestive heart failure, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), asthma, and auto-immune illnesses such as arthritis. They treat patients from six years of age to geriatric.

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Philosophy

A cornerstone of their philosophy is taking a holistic approach to medical care. To effectively heal and maintain optimum health and wellness, the Clancys believe it is vital to embrace the whole person—along with their family—by treating both the body and mind. They also encourage patients to live a healthier lifestyle through diet and exercise, which is also the key to remaining independent as we grow older.

Clancy Medical Group Offers On-Site Lab Services

Clancy Medical Group is extremely proud of our on-site laboratory services, which matches our dedication to providing patients high-quality care. Not only does on-site testing offer greater convenience to you, it also ensures our doctors have quick access to your test results, improving care all around.

The tests we perform on-site include:

  • Blood draws
  • Urinalysis
  • Throat cultures

Our lab is open Monday through Friday until 4:00 PM.

Dr. John Clancy was very thorough and kind. I was very frustrated after losing my previous doctor due to insurance changes. However, now I see it as a blessing. He took adequate time to listen to my medical concerns, provided treatment, and offered referrals. The office is new and clean. Staff was friendly.

Shanna Kennington

I adore Dr. Tara Clancy! She is so sweet and knows so much.  I have always hated going to drs, she makes me feel so comfortable. The first time I met with her I had to do a medical procedure that scares me. She made me feel comfortable and painless. This office is spotless super clean and modern. I really am so happy to have her as my MD. Thank you to Dr Tara and her staff for always making my visit easy and painless!

Tasha M.

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