Primary Care

All of your care in one place

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Primary Care Services

Preventive Care

Care to keep you healthy.

  • Immunizations
  • Physical exams for school, work and sports
  • Screening (or tests) for breast cancer, heart disease and other conditions.

Chronic Care

Care to manange your conditions.

  • Asthma
  • Diabetes
  • Heart Disease
  • Hypertension
  • Obesity

Acute Care

Care to help you feel better fast.

  • Call your primary care team when you have symptoms like cough, stomach pain, or high fever.
  • Avoid the hassle and high cost of the emergency department (ED)
Walk-ins may not be seen immediately.

Walk-ins
welcome

Appointments
preferred

Sliding fees and
online pay available

Welcome to your Primary Care Medical Home

We want to be your care team

Your Care Team starts with You and your Primary Care Provider (or PCP). This is the team you will work with to manage your overall health. By working closely together, the different members of your Care Team can more easily spot patterns in your health and recommend lifestyle changes to avoid the need for expensive specialty care. 

Your Primary Care Provider (PCP)

Primary care providers (PCPs) care for patients of all ages. Your PCP is your personal starting point for all things related to the care you get at Aunt Martha’s. You and your family will see PCPs including:

  • Family practitioners, or family medicine doctors, who care for patients of all ages, from infants, kids and teens, to adults and the elderly.
  • Pediatricians who care for babies, kids, and teens.
  • Internists, or internal medicine doctors, who usually care for adults, but some see patients who are in their late teens.
  • nurse practitioner or physician assistant sometimes is the main provider a child sees at a doctor’s office.
  • Obstetricians and gynecologists who specialize in women’s health issues and are sometimes PCPs for girls who have started menstruating.
  • Adolescent medicine specialists are pediatricians or internists who have additional training in caring for teens.
  • Combined internal medicine and pediatric specialists who have training in both pediatrics and internal medicine, allowing them to bridge the gap between treating young patients and adults.
Primary care teams work together with Aunt Martha's patients, families and caregivers to achieve top quality outcomes.

Every time I see my doctor, I feel comfortable and that I’m getting the best care possible.

– Aunt Martha’s primary care patient

Differences Between Your Provider’s Office and the Emergency Department

Know Where to Go for Care

Even though you can get health care many different places, including the emergency department, it’s best for you to get routine care and recommended preventive services from a primary care provider.

There are some big differences between visits to your primary care provider and visits to the emergency department, such as cost, time spent waiting for care, and follow up.

Primary Care is different from going to the emergency department. This flier tells patients how to know where to go for care.

Free Download

We created a simple table to show some of the most important ways that your PCP is different from an Emergency Department. Please bookmark this page or download a copy of our Know Where to Get Your Care flier.

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