Primary Care

A primary care provider is a trusted source for your day-to-day health needs. When it comes to matters of your health, your primary care physician will be your main point of contact, learning about your unique needs over time. This relationship is vital to your ongoing health.

At UNC, we have an expansive network of primary care physicians ready to provide outstanding care for you and your family.

Importance of Primary Care

Establishing a relationship with a primary care physician is important for a number of reasons. First, primary care physicians are trained to provide comprehensive, continuing care, and understand and identify a wide range of symptoms and conditions. They can help answer questions while building a deep knowledge of your unique needs. They are trained in disease prevention, health maintenance, counseling, patient education, diagnosis and treatment of acute and chronic illnesses.

Primary care physicians also serve as a “point of entry” to the health care system. If necessary, they can provide referrals to specialists within our system and serve as a long-term advocate.

Types of Primary Care We Offer

At UNC Hospitals, we have a variety of primary care providers who can help meet the health care needs of you and your family. Our primary care practices include:

In addition to the UNC Medical Center providers, the UNC Physicians Network offers a range of primary care practices across the Triangle.

Find a primary care provider who fits your needs

Search our provider directory to find a primary care provider who fits your health care needs. More information can also be found by calling UNC Healthlink at 888-996-2767.

Looking for pediatric primary care services?

Visit UNC Children's online

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