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It's important to choose a Primary Care doctor.
What specialties are considered Primary Care?
What does a Primary Care doctor do?
- Family Medicine doctors care for patients from birth through end of life.
- Internal/Adult Medicine doctors care for patients age 18 and older. They take special interest in identifying disease, such as diabetes, heart disease, and cancer.
- Pediatric & Adolescent Medicine doctors care for infants, toddlers, and adolescents through age 21. They take special interest in vaccinations and education regarding wellness and safety.
A primary care doctor recommends screening tests that detect disease depending on your age, health status, and family history. He or she encourages you to make positive changes in your lifestyle to maximize good health, and in the event of disease or serious illness will refer you to a specialist for more focused care.
Why is it important to have a Primary Care doctor?
A primary care doctor not only gets to know your personal health history, he or she gets to know you, your family, your life situation, health goals, and preferences. He or she will be the doctor other health care providers will call for information if you are injured or hospitalized.
Primary Care you deserve from the doctors you know and trust.