As a family practitioner, we provide continuing and comprehensive health care for the individual and family across all ages, genders, diseases, and parts of the body.
Family practice serves as the patient’s first point of entry into the health care system and as the continuing focal point for all needed health care services.
Our practices provide patients with ready access to their own personal physician or to an established support physician when the primary physician is not available.
We organize to meet the needs of patients with comparable problems, with the vast majority of patient concerns and needs being cared for in the family practice itself. Family practices are generally located in the community of the patients, thereby facilitating access to health care while maintaining a wide variety of specialty and institutional consultative and referral relationships for specific care needs.
Why I should visit Family Physician?
- Care for patients regardless of age or health condition, sustaining an enduring and trusting relationship.
- Serve as a patient’s first contact for health concerns.
- Navigate the health care system with patients, including specialist and hospital care coordination and follow-up.
- Use data and technology to prioritize and coordinate services, enhancing access, continuity, and relationships.
- Care for patients in the context of their family and the ways in which the health of each family member affects the others.