Triad Internal Medicine Associates - TIMA

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Triad Internal Medical Associates has been serving the community since 1998. We provide a welcoming, warm and upbeat environment and are here for our patients long-term healthcare.

Please take a moment to browse our site and get to know us a little better. Make use of our Patient Portal and access your medical files, pay your bill, request an appointment and more!

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Our Providers

The TIMA team includes two MDs and two Nurse Practitioners:
Click on a name to learn more about each member of our team.

Robyn N. Sanders M.D.

Dr. Robyn Sanders graduated from Spelman College in 1993 with a B.S. in Biology and a minor in Biochemistry. She earned her Doctor of Medicine from Howard University in 1997. She completed her residency at Albert Einstein Medical Center where she served as Assistant Chief Resident and was honored with the Menin Award for Humanistic Sensitivity and the Resident Research Award.

In addition to being board certified in Internal Medicine, Dr. Sanders is also an active member of the American College of Physicians, National Medical Association, Greensboro Medical Society, and the Junior League of Greensboro.

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Takia Starkes, FNP-BC

Takia Starkes, FNP-BC earned her Master’s Degree in Nursing with a concentration in Family Nurse Practitioner in 2013 from Winston Salem State University after devoting seven years to ICU/Emergency Room nursing.

She has a strong interest in wellness and prevention. She also has a background in urgent care, trauma, and behavioral health. She is currently an active member of AACN, AANP, and ANCC.

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Janece Moore, FNP-BC

Janece Moore, FNP-BC earned her Master’s Degree in Nursing with a concentration in Family Nurse Practitioner in 2012 from Winston Salem State University. She has a strong interest in preventative care and obesity. During her advanced education she and a colleague, opened a Faith-Based Nurse Practitioner Clinic in Charlotte, North Carolina giving access to preventative healthcare to several individuals that benefited from further treatment. Their care of those patients focused on potential chronic illness, prevention, and behavioral issues as well as caregiver burnout for those involved.

She holds an American Nurses Credentialing Center certification and is also a member of the local chapter Greensboro Nurse Practitioner Association.

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Privacy

Notice of Privacy Practices

It is the policy of our practice that all physicians and staff preserve the integrity and the confidentiality of protected health information (PHI) pertaining to our patients. The purpose of this policy is to ensure that our practice and its physicians and staff have the necessary medical and PHI to provide the highest quality medical care possible while protecting the confidentiality of the PHI of our patients to the highest degree possible. Patients should not be afraid to provide information to our practice and its physicians and staff for purposes of treatment, payment and healthcare operations (TPO). To that end, our practice and its physicians and staff will:

  • Adhere to the standards set forth in the Notice of Privacy Practices.
  • Collect, use and disclose PHI only in conformance with state and federal laws and current patient covenants and/or authorizations, as appropriate. Our practice and its physicians and staff will not use or disclose PHI for uses outside of practice's TPO, such as marketing, employment, life insurance applications, etc. without an authorization from the patient.
  • Use and disclose PHI to remind patients of their appointments unless they instruct us not to.
  • Recognize that PHI collected about patients must be accurate, timely, complete, and available when needed. Our practice and its physicians and staff will implement reasonable measures to protect the integrity of all PHI maintained about patients.
  • Recognize that patients have a right to privacy.
  • Our practice and its physicians and staff respect the patient's individual dignity at all times.
  • Our practice and its physicians and staff will respect patient's privacy to the extent consistent with providing the highest quality medical care possible and with the efficient administration of the facility.
  • Act as responsible information stewards and treat all PHI as sensitive and confidential. Consequently, our practice and its physicians and staff will - Treat all PHI data as confidential in accordance with professional ethics, accreditation standards, and legal requirements.
  • Not disclose PHI data unless the patient (or his or her authorized representative) has properly authorized the release or the release is otherwise authorized by law.
  • Recognize that, although our practice "owns" the medical record, the patient has a right to inspect and obtain a copy of his/her PHI. In addition, patients have a right to request an amendment to his/her medical record if he/she believes his/her information is inaccurate or incomplete.
  • Our practice and its physicians and staff will - Permit patient's access to their medical records when their written requests are approved by our practice. If we deny their request, then we must inform the patients that they may request a review of our denial. In such cases, we will have an on-site healthcare professional review the patients' appeals.
  • Provide patients an opportunity to request the correction of inaccurate or incomplete PHI in their medical records in accordance with the law and professional standards.
  • All physicians and staff of our practice will maintain a list of certain disclosures of PHI for purposes other than TPO for each patient and those made pursuant to an authorization as required by HIPAA rules.
  • We will provide this list to patients upon request, so long as their requests are in writing.
  • All physicians and staff of our practice will adhere to any restrictions concerning the use or disclosure of PHI that patients have requested and have been approved by our practice.
  • All physicians and staff of our practice must adhere to this policy. Our practice will not tolerate violations of this policy. Violation of this policy is grounds for disciplinary action, up to and including termination of employment and criminal or professional sanctions in accordance with our practice's personnel rules and regulations.
  • Our practice may change this privacy policy in the future.

Any changes will be effective upon the release of a revised privacy policy and will be made available to patients upon request.

Patient Portal

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  • Request & reschedule appointments
  • Securely access your health information
  • Send secure messages to our staff
  • And more!

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Our Location

Triad Internal Medicine Associates
1593 Yanceyville St.
Suite 200
Greensboro, North Carolina 27405

Hours:
Monday - Friday
8 AM - 5 PM
Saturdays by Appointment Only

Phone: 336.230.0402
Fax: 336.230.1761

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