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Family Medicine

Get care from a physician who understands the power of family while treating you as an individual. Your Spectrum Health family medicine doctor gets to know you and your family—so you can all stay as healthy as possible. Expect us to address your whole health. And in the event that you need specialty care, you’ll benefit from our connection to the rest of the Spectrum Health network.

What’s Family Medicine?

Family medicine doctors provide primary care for all ages. So, your entire family could see the same person for care. 

Care That’s Easy to Access

Enjoy primary care that fits your lifestyle. You may be able to take advantage of same-day appointments as well as evening and weekend hours or 24/7 patient support for those times you need non-emergency help.
 

Care Your Way

In-Person Primary Care
See your primary care provider in his or her office.
Same-day Care
If you’re not sure where to go for same-day care, call your primary care office. We answer 24 hours a day, every day. Try an on-demand video visit Find urgent or walk-in care Understand your access option
Virtual Primary Care
Use a mobile device or computer to connect with your doctor from the comfort of your home.

Keeping You Well

Visit your family doctor regularly for preventive care, including:
Health screenings and assessments, including behavioral health screenings
Healthful lifestyle guidance
Immunizations, including flu shots
Reproductive health care
Well-child visits
Physical exams, including school and sports physicals

Prenatal Care

Consider choosing a family medicine doctor with training in obstetrics if you want to grow your family. You’ll receive prenatal care from someone who already knows you and your family’s history. 

Diagnosis and Treatment

Call your family doctor first when you need:
Care for an illness or minor injury
Help managing chronic health problems

Referrals to Specialists

If you need care from a specialist, depend on your family doctor to help you find a physician and location that’s a good fit for you. Your PCP is in touch with your specialists to make sure you get coordinated care.

Affordable Care

Most insurance plans cover some preventive care services at no cost to you. If you or your loved one has a new or changing condition that’s addressed during the preventive care visit, you may be charged for those services. Learn more about affording care.
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