Primary Care Services

What is primary care?

Primary care is a branch of medicine that diagnoses and treats most acute and chronic health problems. In addition, it provides preventive care like immunizations, screenings, and educational guidance on nutrition and exercise.  

By regularly participating in primary care, it’s possible to detect and treat potentially serious issues like diabetes, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol. That means you can live a longer, healthier life while remaining physically active.

How often should I participate in primary care?

Our team recommends participating in a primary care visit at least once a year. Many potentially serious health problems don’t always present symptoms. Regular visits with your primary care provider can alert you early on when they respond best to treatment.

Don’t wait to make a primary care appointment. Call the office to speak with a caring team member or click the online booking tool today.