The following primary care physicians and health care professionals are available:

  • Family practice doctors perform routine check-ups and provide care for patients. Their specialties include: adolescent medicine, geriatric medicine, general practice, preventive medicine and family nurse practitioners.
  • General practice doctors treat illnesses and help educate patients. Their specialties include: preventive medicine, adolescent medicine, family practice and public health.
  • Geriatric medicine doctors provide care for aging adults. Their specialties include: internal medicine and family practice.
  • Internal medicine doctors prevent, identify and treat heart, lung, neurological and other conditions. Their specialties include: adolescent medicine, pediatrics and geriatric medicine.
  • Obstetricians and gynecologists provide reproductive care for women. Their specialties include: obstetrics and gynecology and Ob/Gyn nurse practitioners.
  • Pediatricians treat children ages 18 and younger. Their specialties include: adolescent medicine, pediatrics and pediatric nurse practitioners.
  • Nurse practitioners treat acute and chronic conditions for patients of all ages. Their specialties include: certified nurse practitioners, family practice, obstetrics and gynecology and pediatrics.
  • Physician assistants help diagnose and treat illness and injuries. They're trained across all specialties.