Primary Care

Your and your family's health starts here.

Primary Care Where You Live, Work and Play

When you need to find a primary care provider (PCP), you want quality care by a provider you trust and that is conveniently located. We’re in your neighborhood, with primary care clinics located throughout the Bay Area and Southeast Texas.

Your UTMB Health PCP will deliver ongoing care to keep you healthy, treat minor illnesses and manage chronic conditions, but also refer you to the right specialists if you need advanced or specialized care.

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Why you need a primary care provider

UTMB Health primary care providers (PCP) are long-term partners in your health. They’re there for you when you’re sick and work to keep you healthy and help you stay well throughout every stage of your life by providing and facilitating the following services:

 

Family and health history

Our clinicians take time to get to know your whole health story—from the beginning.

 

Wellness exams and diagnostic testing

Our clinicians take time to get to know your whole health story—from the beginning.

 

Immunizations & Prescriptions

Knowledge of and access to the latest therapeutics and medications to keep you feeling your best.

 

Referrals to specialists

Access to an extensive network of specialty care providers.

 

Minor illnesses and injuries

Treatment for and diagnosis of a wide-variety of ailments.

 

Manage chronic conditions

Care plans and solutions for allergies, asthma, diabetes and more.

Why Choose UTMB Health?

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    “We celebrate National Immunization Awareness Month every August,” Drs. Megan Berman and Richard Rupp wrote in the latest Vaccine Smarts column. “One of the few benefits of the pandemic is that we are more knowledgeable about vaccines development, licensure and how they work. Unfortunately, we are also learning about the danger of vaccine hesitancy and refusal.”

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