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What is a primary care provider?   

A primary care provider (PCP) is a health care practitioner who provides preventative care and treats a variety of acute and chronic conditions. A PCP may be a doctor, a nurse practitioner, or a physician assistant. Your PCP is often the first health care provider you see when you are not feeling well. It is a good idea to establish a relationship with a PCP so you are not searching for one during an acute illness. In cases of serious medical issues, PCPs help you navigate a complex health care system by providing care coordination and making referrals to specialists as needed.

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Primary Care Services Offered: Prevention | Screening | Treatment

Our services are comprehensive and personalized. With each visit you will receive a treatment plan that reflects your preferences and personal goals. 

  • New patient visits.

  • Follow up visits.

  • Annual wellness exams.

  • Acute illness visits. 

  • School / Employment physicals.

  • DOT exams.

  • Chronic disease management.

  • Disease screening.

  • Specialist referrals as needed.

  • Imaging and labs ordered.

  • Medication Review

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