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Primary Care Practices

Medical Services

Taking care of you wherever you are

With 28 convenient locations throughout our region, Erlanger Primary Care provides quality, accessible health care services focused on protecting and improving your health. Practicing in the context of family and community, our Family Medicine and Internal Medicine physicians can address most routine health care needs including diagnosis and treatment of acute and chronic illnesses. And, when needed, we provide referrals to trusted subspecialists. Built around a lasting partnership, our mission is to help you and your family stay healthy.

Our Services

  • Medical guidance to help you stay well
  • Evaluation and management of acute illness
  • Immunizations
  • Prescribing medications
  • Health and wellness physical exams
  • Diagnosing and managing chronic conditions like high blood pressure (hypertension) and diabetes
  • Screenings for common health problems
  • Treating minor illnesses and injuries
  • Coordinating care when you need to see a specialist


Community Health Centers

Internal Medicine Practices

Family Medicine Practices

Is Family Medicine Right for Me?

An approach for the whole family with a focus on care through all life's stages

  • Patients: The entire family – from babies to patients in their 90s.
  • Focus: Family medicine specialists focus on developing long-term patient relationships with involvement in health care through all phases of life, and an understanding each patient’s overall health history. Family medicine can be a great choice for parents needing to schedule multiple family appointments for the same day. They often have a focus on general wellness and prevention of disease.
  • Training: Family Medicine training focuses giving physicians a complete look at all the different kinds of patient needs, as well as training to better understand the needs of children and women, including pregnancy, labor, and delivery. 

Is Internal Medicine Right for Me?

A multi-system approach with a special focus on complex adult diseases

  • Patients: 18 years and older
  • Focus: Internists provide a full range of primary care, from prevention to treatment of complex adult diseases such as hypertension, heart disease, diabetes, and high cholesterol. They take a multi-system approach to treating the whole person, sometimes in coordination with other specialists. Their extra training makes them an ideal choice for adults with unique health concerns or conditions requiring specialized care, or patients with multiple uncontrolled medical problems.
  • Training: Residency training includes hospital services as staff physician, caring for outpatients. They also receive critical care training, and rotations in specialties like cardiology, endocrinology, and gastroenterology.