This is hard. I get it. There are so many unknowns and fears of catching COVID-19, but you cannot let this stop you from taking care of yourself with routine primary care. There is a lot of uncertainty surrounding this virus, whether you’ll get it and what will happen if you do. But we do … Continue reading Why you should still go to the doctor during COVID-19
Do you only see your family medicine or primary care physician for annual physicals or during cold and flu season? Like many people, you might be unaware of the wide variety of treatments and procedures that can be provided right in your doctor’s office. As your “health quarterback,” your primary care or family medicine physician … Continue reading 5 things you might not know your primary care physician can do
In a national survey, 89 percent of Americans agreed it’s important to have a relationship with a physician who knows their family medical history and health background. So why is it that, despite this statistic, a significant percentage of Americans do not have a primary care doctor, the first point of contact for your health … Continue reading Why you should have a primary care physician
A primary care physician, or primary care doctor, is your first stop when you are sick or in need of healthcare services —including your annual physical, immunizations, prescription refills, cold or flu symptoms, a sore throat, minor injuries, back pain or even suspected broken bones. Your primary care doctor promotes your overall well-being and makes … Continue reading What is a primary care physician and why do I have a care team?