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A Primary Care Physician (PCP) is your medical home. PCPs are Family Medicine doctors, Internal Medicine doctors, or Pediatricians. This physician is a generalist who can handle a variety of medical problems, who provides preventive care and advice, who maintains your medical history and can refer you to specialists when needed.

Dermatology IconDermatology

A dermatologist is a doctor who has been trained to identify, diagnose, and treat conditions that may affect the skin, hair, nails, and mucous membranes (i.e. lining inside the mouth, nose, and eyelids). Dermatologists see patients of all ages, from newborns to teens and people older than 100 years old, and perform the most up-to-date medical, surgical and cosmetic treatments available.

Family Practice

A Family Medicine physician treats patients of all ages, from newborns to the elderly. They are generalists who can treat a wide variety of conditions, and often can also treat ailments you’d normally see a specialist for, like sports injuries or some women’s health needs.


The Healthiness Program is a lifestyle change program to help you get active, eat nutritiously, lose weight, and live healthier. The Free Group Consultation is an opportunity to learn which program is right for you.

Internal Medicine

An Internal Medicine physician typically treats adults and specializes in the prevention, diagnosis and management of disease and chronic conditions.



An Ob-Gyn, or obstetrician-gynecologist, is a doctor who specializes in women's health. A Well-Woman exam is a preventive care visit, including breast and pelvic examinations.



The orthopedists available for online booking are our Sports and Musculoskeletal Medicine physicians who see anything of general orthopedic nature for patients of any age. They deliver advanced non-operative treatment, determine if patients need physical or occupational therapy, and refer patients to the appropriate orthopedic surgeon, if surgery is a better option.


A Pediatrician is a physician who manages the health of your child from birth through 18 years. He or she is trained to monitor your child’s development and diagnose and treat childhood illnesses -- from minor health problems to serious diseases, as well as physical, behavioral, and mental health issues.


Podiatry is the medical specialty focused on leg health below the knee. This includes the toes, foot and ankle, and lower leg. Podiatrists provide diagnosis and treatment of all bones, muscles, and connective tissue (tendons, ligaments, and fascia) in the lower legs.


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