Nancy A. Zamora, MD

Dr. Zamora joined PCMA in 1993. She is Board Certified in Internal Medicine.

She graduated from the University of Illinois Medical School and completed her residency in Internal Medicine at Mercy Hospital in Chicago.

Dr. Zamora is a firm advocate of changing habits and developing healthier lifestyles to experience better health. She focuses on primary care and disease prevention. She is particularly skilled in her ability to listen to her patients, glean pertinent information and put together the “big picture.”

In addition to being a physician, wife and mother, she frequently participates in local runs and most enjoys running with her beautiful dog Sky. She also greatly enjoys music of all genres.

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Walk-In Hours

Established patients can be seen each weekday morning from 8:00-8:45 am by a physician or nurse practitioner, without making an appointment. Patients are seen on a first come, first served, basis. We advise our patients to arrive as close to 8:00 am as possible in order to be seen in a timely fashion. Walk-In hours are for a limited number of acute issues such as:
Flu symptoms – Rash – Sore throat – Urinary tract infection – Sprained ankles – STDs

Patients may not be seen during Walk-In Hours for the types of issues below. These matters require an appointment to ensure that the provider is able to do a thorough assessment to meet the patient’s medical needs.

Issues NOT included in Walk-In Hours
Prescription Refills – Follow up on chronic problems – Filling out forms – Multiple ailments – New patients

If you arrive during Walk-In Hours for any of these reasons, you will not be seen, and will be asked to make an appointment with your provider.

New patients must make an appointment to be seen by a physician or nurse practitioner during regular business hours.