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Welcome to North Florida Medical Center

Your Home for HealthCare

North Florida Medical Center is a fully integrated Medical Facility offering services for Family Medicine, Chiropractic, Pain Management, Physical Therapy & Massage Therapy, ALL under one roof. So whether you’ve recently been involved in a car accident, injured on the job, have flu symptoms, have a child with a fever, NFMC can provide the care for you and your family!

North Florida Medical Center is led by its Medical Director, Dr. Alberto Castiel. In Dr. Castiel we have an experienced physician who has served North Florida for nearly 30 years. Dr. Castiel is board certified in Family Medicine, but also has experience in Wound Care, Physical Medicine, and Interventional Pain Management. When Dr. Castiel is not treating the patients of North Florida, he also teaches at Nova Southeastern University school for PA.

What separates us at North Florida Medical Center is our ability to offer several different services under one roof. Our comprehensive care is a huge asset to all of our patients. So whether you need something simple like a chiropractic adjustment or care for colds, flu or allergies, or something more complex like a trigger point injection to screenings and immunization, North Florida Medical Center is the right choice for the entire family.

For your convenience, we also have a location in Orange Park, Florida operating as Back & Neck Institute. For patients living in Orange Park, Fleming Island, and Middleburg, this location is also an option.

At North Florida Medical Center, we’re bringing the care, back to healthcare!

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  • "Love this place gives you a family home feeling...staff is very friendly ,very knowledgeable about what's good for you...come here if you've been in an accident."
    - LaWanda W. / Jacksonville, FL