Primary Care at Martin’s Point

Martin’s Point offers a range of primary care provider (PCP) options.

Explore the different types of PCPs at Martin’s Point, including family medicine providers, pediatricians, internal (adult) medicine providers, and osteopaths. 

Family Medicine 

Family medicine is primary care for the whole family—infants, children, adolescents, teens, adults, and seniors. 

People often choose a family medicine provider so the whole family can receive care from the same person. 

Your family medicine doctor or nurse practitioner can provide preventive health care for your family, including immunizations (vaccinations), routine medical screenings, and physical exams. They can also diagnose and treat illnesses and injuries and refer you to a specialist when needed.

Find a family medicine provider. 

Pediatric Medicine

Our pediatricians provide primary care for patients from newborn through adolescence. They can help you and your child with all aspects of health—from prevention, to treatment of injuries, to diagnosing and treating illnesses. 

Services include:

  • Well-child/adolescent care
  • Adolescent gynecological care
  • ADD and ADHD diagnosis and treatment
  • Care for children and adolescents with complex health issues
  • Same-day appointments

Our pediatricians work closely with local hospitals, so patients who may need inpatient or outpatient services get the care they need in an integrated and well-coordinated way.

They also collaborate with Martin’s Point family medicine providers to help care for their young patients who may require pediatric specialty services.

Find a pediatric medicine provider. 

Internal (Adult) Medicine 

Also known as adult medicine, internal medicine is primary care for adults. Your provider can help you with all aspects of your health care, from preventive care, to diagnosing illnesses, to referring you to specialists when needed.

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Osteopathic Medicine 

Also called osteopathic manipulative treatment (OMT), osteopathic medicine uses a range of techniques to support standard health care treatment options.

Osteopathy features hands-on diagnosis and treatment focused on the structure (muscles and bones) of the body. Supporting the structure and natural functions of the body can alleviate pain, restore motion, and help the body heal itself. Osteopathic practices are often used to help treat a wide variety of conditions, including muscle strains, lower back pain, migraines, asthma, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), and more.

Osteopathic medicine is covered by most insurance plans.

Find an osteopathic medicine provider