Primary Health Care
The family practitioners and pediatricians at University Primary Care provide primary health care for the entire family. In addition to treating acute and chronic illness, we serve urgent care needs for non-emergency problems such as ear infections, minor burns, and cuts and bruises.
We also furnish preventive care for adults, and provide patient education to help people achieve a healthier lifestyle. Our physicians conduct well-child exams and immunizations for children, as well as physicals required for camp and sports participation and college entrance.
Through our occupational medicine program, we provide a broad range of clinical services to assist area employers in maintaining a healthier workforce. We can identify health problems that could lead to extended illness or injury through pre-employment physicals, drug screening, and annual exams that are mandated for particular types of jobs.
We also treat work-related injuries and illnesses and make referrals for specialized care or rehabilitation services when necessary. Our goal is to restore the injured or ill employee to a productive status as soon as possible, while providing quality, compassionate care.