Primary Care Provider (PCP)

  • A Primary Care Provider (PCP) is a healthcare practitioner (doctor) who sees people that have common medical problems.
  • Most often, a PCP may also be a Physician Assistant (PA) or a Nurse Practitioner (NP).
  • They are unique because they are trained experts in treating a broad range of health conditions. Many also have specialized expertise in a certain area, like diabetes or geriatrics. A Primary Care Provider (PCP) is the person you rely on to help you manage your health.
  • A Primary Care Provider can expertly guide patient care to the next steps and connect with the right specialist should it be required.

Family Practice

  • The unique benefit of a family practice doctor is that they can care for the whole family.
  • They see babies, children, adults, and geriatric. No matter who in the family is sick, they have one person to call who knows the family history and provide highly personalized care.
  • They have a wide range of experience and play the role of a Primary Care Provider (PCP).

Internal Practice

  • Internal medicine doctors are also called internist because they care for adults from early adulthood to old age.
  • They only treat adult patients and are well versed in issues that affect adults such as Hypertension, Diabetes, and many more.
  • Internal Medicine doctors are trained to treat simple or complex conditions. They are experts at balancing preventative care needs with specialized care needs.


  • Pediatricians specialize in caring for children from birth to early adulthood.
  • They are trained to treat minor illnesses and injuries, along with more complex conditions.
  • Pediatricians are experts who understand developmental milestones and keeping children on track toward a healthy future.
  • They specialize in children’s healthcare and are familiar with a wide range of childhood medical conditions.
  • A Pediatrician is experienced in talking with children and making them feel comfortable.


  • A Geriatrician is a primary doctor who has specialized training in treating the elder patient population.
  • Geriatricians focus on helping elder patients who have multiple health problems or complicated conditions.
  • Their focus is on treating patients with functional decline, physical frailty, and diseases associated with aging.