Primary care physicians (PCP) are doctors and advanced practice providers who specialize in family medicine or internal (adult) medicine. Your PCP is your healthcare partner and advocate. You and your PCP build a relationship as he or she gets to know you, your family and your health history and provides care over the long term. Your PCP is focused on helping you maintain optimal health.
Treatments and additional care
- Your PCP can treat common conditions, including illnesses due to infection and minor injuries, as well as Counseling on diet and nutrition
- Help managing chronic conditions such as high blood pressure or diabetes
- Screenings for early diagnosis of health issues such as heart disease or cancer
Should you need advanced care, your PCP will refer you to specialists and coordinate your care from treatment to wellness.
Providing comprehensive care
The University of Maryland Medical System offers primary care services at locations throughout the state. Our doctors and staff are caring, dedicated professionals committed to building long-term relationships with you and your family. We are a proud part of the community with offices close to your home, school and workplace.
As part of the University of Maryland Medical System, your board-certified PCP can connect you seamlessly to a network of specialists who can provide the expert care you need for more specialized or complex conditions, like cancer, heart disease or failing joints – all in partnership with your primary care provider.