Our primary care providers (PCP) act as your personal healthcare provider. Our experts from Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Obstetrics & Gynecology, and Pediatrics treat patients of all ages, and we work together to manage all your family's healthcare needs, from treating common medical problems to caring for chronic medical conditions.
Our family medicine doctors take care of all your medicine needs: We provide a broad range of primary care services, including women's healthcare, immunizations, physicals, lab testing, medication refill, follow-up visits, and health counseling and education. We also have a Home Visits Program to provide medical care to patients of all ages without the need for hospitalization or an emergency visit.
The internal medicine specialists at UI Health are committed to helping you be the healthiest version of you. Our doctors focus on primary care, health maintenance, disease prevention and risk factors, and specialty care to provide you a personalized healthcare plan that fits your needs.
Our board-certified obstetricians and gynecologists focus on providing quality healthcare to girls, women, and expectant mothers. Whether you need a routine well-woman exam, family planning advice, or help with a gynecological condition, our OB/GYN team provides offer quality healthcare for women throughout their reproductive years and beyond.
The Department of Pediatrics delivers compassionate, personalized care to children of all ages, from infancy into young adulthood. We bring together primary and specialty pediatric care in one location. From well-child visits and immunizations in our clinics, to advanced care and emergency services on our designated pediatric hospital floor, we work with your family to address your medical and emotional concerns while providing the best care to your child. Our team helps manage chronic medical conditions and diseases to ensure your child grows up healthy and develops properly.
Our complex care clinic focuses on providing primary care to individuals of all ages with disabilities. Our care team helps patients and families connect with resources, obtain accommodations, and provides care coordination. We support the transition process to adulthood for teenagers and young adults with chronic conditions.