What is Primary Care?
Primary care is the first line of defense against illness and injury. It is a vital component of the health care system, providing general care and preventive services to patients of all ages. Primary care providers include family physicians, pediatricians, and general practitioners. These providers offer a wide range of services, from immunizations and screenings to in-house procedures and diagnostic testing. In addition to their general health care role, primary care providers also serve as go-betweens for patients and specialists. They can provide referrals for specialty care, as well as coordinate care between different providers. Primary care providers play a vital role in keeping patients healthy and ensuring that they receive the best possible care.
- General and Preventative Health Care
- Chronic Disease Management
- In House Minor Procedures
- Patient Centered Care Coordination
- Referral to Specialists
- Telehealth Services by Appointment
- Same-Day Appointments as available