Primary Care Physician (PCP)

A Primary Care Physician (PCP) is a healthcare provider who serves as the first point of contact for patients and offers comprehensive care for a wide range of health issues. PCPs are typically family medicine doctors, internists, pediatricians, or general practitioners. They provide preventive care, diagnose and treat common medical conditions, manage chronic illnesses, and refer patients to specialists when necessary.

PCPs play a crucial role in maintaining overall health by emphasizing preventive measures, coordinating care, and managing ongoing medical issues. They build long-term relationships with patients and offer continuous and personalized care that addresses both immediate and long-term health needs.