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Mission Statememt

We strive to provide the highest quality comprehensive medical care for our patients and to attend to your medical needs quickly and professionally.We always have same-day appointments.

Quality of Care

Designated with highest quality ratings by Blue Cross, United Healthcare and Cigna

Level III PCMH

Cary Adult Medicine was the first medical clinic in NC NCQA certified as a level III 2011 Patient Centered Medical Home

Key Medical Home

Cary Adult Medicine is part of the Key Medical Home network of over 220 Triangle primary care providers.

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Robert Resnik MD

Dr. Resnik is board certified in Internal Medicine. He completed his medical school training at Eastern Virginia Medical School and residency at ECU. He has been in practice in the Triangle area for the past 23 years and has an M.B.A. from Duke University. A former computer programmer , clinical trial investigator, and a regional and national primary care speaker, Dr. Resnik was one of the first to introduce medical practices to the internet in the mid-90's and one of the first to introduce E-Visit technology and after-hours E-Triage. He has received a national award for the advancement of E-Prescribing.

Dr. Resnik has served on a national Migraine advisory panel and has written several nationally distributed patient medical education programs including developing and co-authoring the world's first 3D-interactive patient education program - Beyond the Shock. This program designed for women diagnosed with breast cancer was distributed by the National Breast Cancer Foundation and translated into multiple languages making it accessible to hundreds of millions around the globe. Dr. Resnik has also written other interactive educational programs on HIV and Chronic Allergies.

He is one of only a select few local medical providers in N.C. to be awarded the highest ratings in quality measures by Cigna (3-star provider), United Health (Premium provider),Blue Cross (BQPP Level III) and certified by NCQA as a Level III PCMH provider (First provider certified in NC).

Laura Lisicki FNP

Laura graduated with high honors from Russell Sage College in NY where she obtained her M.S. and Family Nurse Practitioner degrees in 1994. Prior to joining Cary Adult Medicine in 2004 she practiced in NY/PA for 10 years. She provides medical care for all patients with a special interest in women’s’ health. Laura is also an adjunct online professor for Nursing students with Regis University and a preceptor for FNP students at UNC. She is nationally certified by the ANCC as an FNP and is a member of the AANP, The National Academy of FNPs and Sigma Theta Tau honor Society. She resides in Apex with her husband and 4 children.

Prescription Refills

To avoid discrepancies in prescriptions, we generally refill prescriptions during office visits. We try to prescribe enough medication until your next appointment. Before your medication runs low, please call us for an appointment.

1.Prior to your regular appointment, you should look over your medications, diabetes supplies, inhalers, etc. to determine if you need to request any new prescriptions at your appointment.
2.We do require office visits on a regular basis for all of our patients taking prescription medication. The interval will vary depending on the type of medication prescribed. Please be sure you have enough medication to last until your next scheduled visit.
3.It is very important to request your prescriptions during your office visit.
4.Please bring all your prescription bottles with you to your appointment. This is important to make sure that you are taking the correct medications and the correct doses.
5. All prescriptions with the exception of controlled medications are sent electronically.
6.We understand that there might be a situation when you need a refill in between visits. However you must call pharmacy and have then send us a refill request or go online to your mail order pharmacy and have them send us an electronic request. In the future we will have no choice but to charge for all non-electronic (phone) refill requests. It is our policy to have these refills processed within 2 business days. Refills may not be done on the day received. Please plan ahead.
7.If you call to request a refill but are overdue for a follow-up visit and/or blood work (necessary for monitoring the safety or effectiveness of a medication), the provider may agree to call in enough medication to a local pharmacy to last until we are able to schedule an office visit. It is your responsibility to schedule an appointment before you run out of medication.

Thank you for choosing Cary Adult Medicine for your Medical Home.

Patient Centered Medical Home


Cary Adult Medicine was the first clinic in North Carolina and one of the first in the country to be certified at the highest level of certification (Level III) by the National Committee of Quality Assurance as a 2011 Patient Centered Medical Home.

Click here for more info or see the links below.

Brochure on Patient Centered Home   Video on Patient Centered Medical Homes 
Cary Adult PCMH Fact Sheet   PCMH Patient Provider Agreement  
Complete a Survey Regarding your Care Patients without transportation
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