A Physician for All Phases of Life
Scott Boyens, MD, FAAFP practices family medicine and specializes in sports medicine.
Dr. Boyens treats acute and chronic conditions for all patients, from newborns to the elderly.
He also provides services of:
- obtaining a patient's medical history
- performing physical exams
- ordering, performing and interpreting lab and diagnostic tests
- prescribing medications
- applying and removing casts and sutures
- treating common illnesses
- health education and counseling
Dr. Boyens also dedicates time to the community by serving the University of South Dakota School of Medicine as a Clinical Professor. In addition, he is the Chief of Family Medicine at Sanford Medical Center.
Schedule your appointment online, any time
Your life is busy and you don't always have time to call your clinic to schedule an appointment during the day. With online scheduling, you can now book appointments for a variety of health care needs any time, day or night.
From your computer or mobile device, you can see when the doctor of your choice is available and pick a time that works best for you. Open Scheduling is currently available at select Internal Medicine, Family Medicine, Pediatric, Eye and Optical, Chiropractic, Podiatry and Travel Clinic locations.
What type of visit do you want to schedule?
Same Day Visit
An acute/urgent care (but non-emergency) visit needed today.
A general visit to address a new or existing medical problem.
Wellness Visit 18 years and older
A routine visit to check your health (physical).
Wellness Visit Less than 2 years
A routine visit to check your baby's weight gain, growth, and development.
Wellness Visit Child/Teen 2 to 17 years
A routine visit to check your child's health (well child check).
Ratings & Reviews
Real Experiences from Real Patients
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