Family Medicine in New Jersey
Family medicine, also known as primary care, is a medical specialty that focuses on the comprehensive healthcare of individuals and families. Primary care doctors are responsible for providing preventative care, diagnosing and treating illnesses, and managing chronic conditions. A family doctor plays a critical role in the healthcare system by providing ongoing, continuous care rather than focusing on a specific organ system or disease. This approach allows our family medicine doctors to get to know their patients well and understand their unique medical needs and concerns.
The role of a primary care doctor is to act as the first point of contact for patients when they have a health concern. At Med Group NJ, we are trained to handle a wide range of medical issues, from minor illnesses and injuries to more serious conditions. Our practice of family medicine in New Jersey works to identify and address the healthcare needs of our patients, and to coordinate care with other medical specialists as needed.
The team of doctors and healthcare providers at Med Group NJ is dedicated to providing high-quality, comprehensive care to patients of all ages. In addition to diagnosing and treating illnesses, our practice also offers preventative care services such as immunizations, screenings, and health risk assessments.
Family Medicine Services
Some of the specific family medicine services we offer include:
- Physical exams and check-ups
- Treatment of acute and chronic conditions
- Well-woman exams and gynecological care
- Immunizations and screenings
- Care for minor injuries and illnesses
- Health risk assessments and lifestyle counseling
- Coordination of care with specialists
The goals of our primary care doctors at Med Group NJ are to help our patients maintain good health and prevent the onset of serious medical conditions. By providing ongoing care and support, we aim to promote the overall well-being of our patients and their families. Contact us today to schedule your appointment with one of our primary care physicians.