Primary Care

Here to keep you and your family well

We know your family’s health is important to you

Our compassionate providers are dedicated to developing and nurturing long-term relationships focused on improving your overall health and well-being at every stage of life. 

Your UTMB Health primary care provider (PCP) will keep you healthy, treat minor illnesses and injuries, manage chronic conditions and refer you to the right specialists if you need advanced or specialized care.

We’re in the communities where you live and work with primary care clinics located throughout the Bay Area and Southeast Texas. 

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:


Wellness exams & diagnostic testing

Preventive care measures to help you maintain your health and make informed health decisions.


Vaccinations & Prescriptions

Expert knowledge and access to the latest therapeutics and medications.


Minor illnesses & injuries

Your first stop for every day health concerns and minor accidents or injuries.


Preventive care & education

Prevent potential health risks and gain awareness to maintain your well-being and stay healthy.


Management of chronic conditions

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


Referrals to specialists

Access to an extensive network of specialty care providers.

All Primary Care Services

Pediatric Primary Care

UTMB Health knows that nothing is more important than the well-being of your children. Our pediatric primary care providers are passionate about the health of children in all stages of development.

Find a Pediatric Provider: Ages 0-4  Ages 5-11  Ages 12-17

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Adult Primary Care

Dedicated to developing and nurturing long-term relationships focused on improving your overall health and well-being at every stage of life, good health starts with Primary Care.

Providers for ages 18-74 
Adult primary care locations 

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Geriatric Primary Care

We know that aging often means challenging health care needs. Our Geriatric team is staffed with physicians, nurses, social workers, occupational and physical therapists, and other health care workers with specialized training in caring for older patients.

Providers for ages 75+ 
Adult primary care locations 

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Women’s Primary Care

Our comprehensive women’s care starts with primary care and routine well-woman visits, to advanced treatments for high-risk pregnancy, pelvic health, and women’s cancer.

Well-woman providers 
Well-woman locations 

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Men’s Primary Care

If it's time for a little “preventive maintenance” on yourself or if a health issue has slowed you down, our primary care providers are focused on improving your overall health and well-being at every stage of life. Good health starts with Primary Care.

Providers for ages 18-74 
Adult primary care locations 
Urgent Care 

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