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Choosing a primary care physician is an important first step toward managing your healthcare. Safecare Docs can help you find the professional that is just right for you! Your primary care doctor is essentially your medical “home.” It’s the doctor you visit for most medical needs, including wellness visits and regular screenings, non-emergency health issues such as earaches and sore throats, and the professional you consult with about your health questions and concerns. If you have an HMO (Health Maintenance Organization), your primary care doctor will also be the person who refers you to see a medical specialist.

How Long Will I Have A Primary Doctor?

Some patient-primary care relationships can span decades, while others will be temporary because you switch insurance or move. Regardless of how long you plan to see your medical care physician, the relationship is an important one. Safecare Docs lead you to someone you can feel comfortable having honest discussions with, someone with practical experience in the areas that accommodate your health needs, and someone who is “in-network” for your health insurance plan. Get started today!

Does Safecare Docs Have the Right Medical Doctor For Me?

Safecare Docs provides professional, Orlando-based medical doctors that specialize in Family Practice, Internal Medicine or General Practice. We also have doctors who focus on children, called Pediatricians, who will serve as the primary care physician for your child.

Family practice physicians treat 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.
Internal medicine physicians are specialists who apply scientific knowledge and clinical expertise to the diagnosis, treatment, and compassionate care of adults across the spectrum from health to complex illness.
General Practice physicians are like family practice physicians and can treat patients of any gender or age. This category is one area where you might also find osteopaths, which are physicians that practice a type of alternative medicine.

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