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Primary Care

Primary Care

At Personal Physician Care, we offer a modern approach to medicine that combines thoughtful, preventative and holistic care with innovative technology, preventative screenings and early detection.

We believe primary care should be the first stop in your healthcare journey; it’s where you turn for guidance and support before you get sick, before you see a specialist, and before you need to seek hospital care. Our general practitioners combine excellent customer service with an efficient use of technology to deliver high-quality, affordable service that’s designed to fit your unique needs.

As your Personal Physician Care primary care providers (PCPs), we take your well-being seriously. With an emphasis on family practice and internal medicine, we address all your essential health needs by:

  • Making prevention and wellness a priority
  • Improving quality and health outcomes
  • Collaborating with you to customize the best plan that suits your individual needs and goals
  • Providing a comprehensive, accurate, and secure repository electronic health record for all your information
  • Seamlessly coordinating your care, including referrals, authorizations, tests, treatments, specialist visits, urgent care visits and hospitalizations
  • Offering cost-effective options in order to help you prioritize your health
     

Philosophy

Personal Physician Care’s philosophy focuses on quality care, results, outcome driven and a patient-centered design. Our belief is to deliver the best preventive medicine, acute care, and chronic condition management in South Florida.  In partnering with our medical professionals, state-of-the-art health programs, and integration with technology, our staff can ensure we provide you with the best information regarding your health.

Our entire office will become your long-term health care advocates, partnering with you to manage your health issues and navigate complex medical decisions. By using diagnostic tests appropriately, avoiding over-diagnosis, over-utilized testing, unnecessary prescriptions and providing numerous services all under one roof, we empower the patient to make positive changes with newfound knowledge, awareness, support, and guidance.

Personal Physician Care will treat you as a whole person, not just a collection of symptoms, medications, and specialists. We take all aspects of your health and lifestyle into consideration, and care for you in a manner that helps stay healthy and out of the hospital.
 

Selecting a Primary Care Provider (PCP) at Personal Physician Care

Although we don’t require our patients to pick a PCP and you can see any provider we have on staff, PPC strongly recommends finding a practitioner on staff that you feel comfortable with.

Your Personal Physician Care PCP is your first point of contact for all health care needs, acting as your advocate, ally, and advisor. We’ll help you make the most informed decisions possible have  thoroughly researched the surrounding area to ensure an effective referral should you ever require a specialty consultation.

You can always switch to another practitioner -- no questions asked.  And if you have an emergency and your PCP is unavailable to see the same-day, we have numerous other practitioners in the office who can see you right away and then a follow-up can be made with your PCP to review any results, diagnoses, or lab work.
 

What Is The Difference Between Family Medicine And Internal Medicine?

The majority of Personal Physician Care's general practitioners, including our doctors, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants, have a focus in either family medicine or internal medicine.

Family medicine providers, otherwise known as family practitioners, are considered to have the widest set of primary care skills, treating patients at every stage of life. They are trained to treat patients from birth through adulthood, and into the elderly years.

Internal medicine doctors, otherwise known as internists, focus primarily on adult and elderly patients, and are most comfortable seeing patients age 18 and older. Their training emphasizes the management of chronic, complex, or severe illnesses, particularly for patients who require hospitalization.