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Whole-Person Health Starts Here

We believe health care should be quality, convenient and personal. With 185 primary care providers in neighborhood-based practices, it’s never been easier to find a trusted doctor to be your partner on the path to whole health. Online scheduling, extended hours and same-day appointments allow you to fit essential care into your busy life.

Stress less and leave the coordinating to us. As part of Central Florida’s most comprehensive multi-specialty medical group practice, AdventHealth Medical Group’s board-certified primary care physicians and specialists are able to communicate directly and securely within one network, providing your family with a true continuum of care.

AdventHealth Medical Group providers focus on treating the whole person — not just your symptoms — and on building a trusted relationship with you and your family. All of our providers are part of the AdventHealth care network and committed to caring for your whole-health needs in body, mind and spirit.

Personalized Care at Every Age and Stage

We’re here to support you and your family with compassionate care when you need it most, whether that means preventive screenings, annual wellness checks or personalized treatment for a condition. AdventHealth Medical Group primary care doctors can also provide expertise in the following specialties.

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    Family Medicine

    Family medicine refers to primary medical services offered to patients of all ages, from newborn to adult. These services can include everything from routine check-ups and preventive health screenings to care for acute illnesses such as the cold and flu; management of chronic conditions such as asthma, arthritis, hypertension, obesity and diabetes; care for minor injuries; flu shots and immunizations; and other non-emergency procedures.

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    Internal Medicine

    Internal medicine is a type of primary medical care devoted to the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of illnesses in adults. AdventHealth Medical Group’s board-certified internal medicine physicians specialize in wellness and preventive health, diagnostic dilemmas, chronic disorders and complex health conditions, infectious diseases, travel medicine and elder care. They also have experience in subspecialties such as endocrinology, rheumatology, infectious diseases, neurology, office gynecology, otolaryngology, non-operative orthopedics, rehabilitative medicine and more.

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    Pediatricians

    Pediatric Primary Care is focused specifically on infants, children and adolescents up to 21 years old. At AdventHealth Medical Group, our pediatricians are passionate about enhancing the lives of children and their families by providing the highest quality medical care with compassion and respect. Our neighborhood-based practices are conveniently located throughout Central Florida in Lake, Orange, Osceola and Seminole counties.

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    Senior Health

    Senior health refers to services provided by geriatric medicine physicians who focus on treating patients age 60 and older. They evaluate and manage a variety of health issues unique to older adults, from balance and hearing issues to memory loss, dementia, weight loss, incontinence, depression and more. Our physicians provide personalized screenings, resources and support to older patients that considers their whole health.

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Why Do You Need a PCP?

You know you’re “supposed to” have a primary care physician, but you’re not sure why. Here’s how building a relationship with a doctor benefits your whole health.

  • Your records stay up-to-date. A physician you see over time has baseline information on your overall health that no one else does. Your established PCP collects regular records of immunizations, vital signs and other health measures, and can more easily pinpoint when something is not right.
  • You’re more comfortable. Patients are more likely to mention an emerging health concern or ask a question about their health when they have an ongoing relationship with their doctor. This means you’re more likely to receive treatment for a problem that might otherwise have gone unnoticed, with possible long-term consequences.
  • You’ll know your numbers. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. A big part of what PCPs do is preventive care — including regular health screenings for things like high cholesterol, hypertension, diabetes and much more.
  • You can prevent illness. Having regular checkups with your PCP can help you avoid preventable illnesses and ensure a potentially serious health issue is caught early, when treatment can be most effective.
  • Your medications will be safely monitored. If you receive medical care from a number of providers, your PCP is the one who will keep track of your medications to ensure they’re all working together safely.
  • It’s personal. A doctor who knows you can be much more effective in noticing changes in your health, coordinating your unique care and keeping you well.

What Makes Our Providers Feel Whole

Whole-person health care means care for your body, mind and spirit. Hear from some of our team about how they practice whole-person care and what brings them true fulfillment.

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Your Coordinated Network of Care

Our goal is to bring you ease and convenience across our care network while providing whole-person care. Our growing network of dedicated primary care physicians, specialists, locations and services means you can always access personalized, expert health care close to home. From routine checkups to life-saving emergency care, lean on AdventHealth for your family’s unique and changing needs.

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Patient-Centered Medical Home Accreditation

As defined by the American College of Physicians, a Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) is “a care delivery model whereby patient treatment is coordinated through your primary care physician to ensure you receive the necessary care when and where you need it, in a manner you can understand.” It is a model of care that puts patients at the forefront of care.

AdventHealth Medical Group practices with PCMH accreditation are specifically designed to:

  • Provide you with personalized care because we know you and your health history
  • Provide a safe environment to discuss confidential concerns
  • Give a full explanation of any service or treatment provided
  • Coordinate your care from their office, another physician’s office, a hospital or other health care facility

Ask your primary care physician’s office if they are a designated Patient-Centered Medical Home. A trusted relationship with open communication is key to achieving your best health and the most effective care from your providers.

Find Whole-Health Support for the Whole Family

We’re by your side through all of life’s ups and downs, here to connect you with expert providers for every age and stage. No matter what kind of care you need, our care navigators are ready to answer your questions, schedule appointments and offer the personalized help you’re looking for.