Find a Primary Care Physician
Looking for a primary care provider for you or your family who is qualified to meet your health care needs and who is respected by his or her peers? Then choose a physician or health care provider who's affiliated with a Baylor Scott & White Health hospital, clinic or medical practice.
Physicians on the medical staff at Baylor Scott & White are dedicated to providing quality, compassionate care for a wide range of services. Physicians who provide primary care services include:
Family Medicine (also Family Practice or General Practice) physicians are typically trained specifically in family medicine and tend to see patients of all ages and conditions.
General Internal Medicine physicians also treat a wide variety of conditions, but their training is different and they usually treat only adults.
Pediatricians are physicians who are trained to treat a wide variety of conditions in children.
Geriatricians are internal medicine or family practice physician specifically trained to care for the complex needs of older adults.
Gynecologists are physicians who are specifically trained to care for women.
Let us help you find a physician whose education, background and interests you prefer – right in your own neighborhood or near your place of business.
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Find a Baylor Scott & White affiliated physician practice in just about every area, from family or general practice, to obstetrics, gynecology and internal medicine. With hundreds of medical practices located in North and Central Texas, Baylor Scott & White is sure to have a location near you.
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What Is a Patient-Centered Medical Home?
The patient-centered medical home (PCMH) is a coordinated, team-based approach to delivering your health care services.
PCMH is a model of care that strengthens the physician-patient relationship. You will be encouraged to establish a relationship with a primary care physician. Your physician will lead a team of clinicians who are collectively responsible for providing for your health care needs and arranging for appropriate care with other qualified clinicians and/or specialists. This model results in more personalized, coordinated, effective and efficient care.
An accomplished medical home environment provides:
- Improved access to care
- Use of an electronic health record
- Managed care for chronic illness and preventive screening services