Welcome to Hometown Medical Group!
We believe that it is important that you as a patient learn about the things that might affect your health down the road. Using preventative care services at Hometown Medical Group we hope to empower you to take control of your health. The following is a list of preventative care services offered by Hometown Medical Group but are not limited to:
- Annual Wellness Visits
- Screening EKGs
- Diabetes screening
- Colon cancer screening (non-invasive)
- Kidney Disease screening
- Hepatitis screening
- STD screening
It is important to be able to work with your primary care provider when you are sick or hurt. Hometown Medical Group can treat the following but is not limited to:
- Common Colds
- Flu and Covid
- Minor wounds
- Allergic Reactions
- Muscle spasms
Chronic Care Management:
If you have a chronic condition or several of them, you know that your life depends on managing those conditions well. Here at Hometown Medical Group we help you through the process of diagnosis, treatment, and management.
The most common chronic conditions that Hometown Medical treats:
- Insulin Resistance
- Heart Failure
- Thyroid disease
- Heart Disease
- Chronic Kidney Disease
- Joint Pain/Arthritis/Back Pain
- Cholesterol disorders
Hometown Medical Group understands that sometimes getting out of your home can be the most difficult part of your day. Whether you have difficulty walking, getting a ride, or have anxiety about being in public we want you to be able to access the care you need. We offer telehealth services that can fit your needs. Even if you do not understand how your phone works, we can help you.
MEET DR. RANDY TURNER
Dr. Turner grew up in Fort Payne, Alabama. He completed his Undergraduate studies in Mechanical Engineering in 2007 at Auburn University. He worked for several years as a Mechanical Engineer.
In 2011 he knew he wanted to serve people in a different way, so he started back to school. Dr Turner went on to complete his Medical Degree from UAB in 2017. He chose Family Medicine as a specialty and began residency with UAB Huntsville Family Medicine Residency Program. He completed his residency training in 2020 and moved to Cullman, AL to serve the wonderful people there.
Around 2022 it occurred to him that primary care should be better and patients deserve good Primary Care no matter where they live. So, Hometown Medical Group was established.
Leigha Lentini, CRNP
Leigha was born and raised in Cullman, Alabama, and is an alum of Good Hope High School. Leigha obtained her BSN from the University of Alabama at Birmingham in 2016. After graduation, Leigha worked for 5 years at UAB Hospital in the Neurosciences ICU and PACT Clinic.
While working at UAB, she entered the Family Nurse Practitioner Program at Troy University, from which she graduated in 2022. Leigha is certified by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners as a Family Nurse Practitioner. Since becoming an NP, she has worked in urgent care and occupational medicine.
In her personal life, Leigha is a wife and a mother to three amazing kids.
Leigha is excited to be joining Hometown Medical Group, where she is looking forward to giving back to her hometown community by providing quality care to local families she knows and loves.