Providing Care Wherever You Choose to Go
General Physician, PC recognizes the importance of continuity of care and aims to ensure that we are here for you at each point in your recovery, including rehabilitation, long-term care and home health.
As you transition from a hospital stay into a post-acute rehabilitation center, or to your home, our clinical team will work collaboratively with your primary care providers. They will serve your clinical needs, manage your care, and allow you to focus on what matters most — your health.
Paul Shields, DO, and his team of experienced practitioners, work together in conjunction with your other providers and caregivers, to deliver the quality of care you’ve come to expect from General Physician, PC.
Dr. Paul Shield’s on What the COVID Vaccine Means to the Community.
Proudly honoring our Elderwood Partner
When the community needed us most, we were there to answer the call with the region’s first post-acute COVID-19 Unit at Elderwood at Amherst. With the support of our medical staff, our colleagues at Kaleida Health, and our entire organization, the team at Elderwood at Amherst responded with skill, compassion, and bravery. We thank those who are there in the trenches, providing care and compassion to these patients each day.
Meet the Doctor
In the News
No matter the age, obesity, high cholesterol, hypertension, and diabetes can be very serious, and should not be taken lightly. Dr. Shields, who specializes in Post-Acute Care, discusses the art of aging gracefully and the importance of preventing these chronic conditions as we age.
Dr. Paul Shields, VP Clinical Services Post-Acute Care at General Physician, PC, explains the process, the efforts of those involved and the outcomes. Taking the virus head-on and beating it, advocating for our patients and working together to provide care for patients where and when they need it.
General Physician's Vice President of Post-Acute Care Services, Dr. Paul Shields offered his thoughts on a new 22-bed COVID-19 unit opening at Elderwood at Amherst for a report on WGRZ Channel 2.
Dr. Paul Shields comments that residents desperately need to resume social interaction with their loved ones. The key is doing it safely and to manage or limit any unnecessary exposure and spread. Read More.