Primary care providers at South Shore Medical Center provide care at every age and stage of life. Primary care physicians, physician assistants (PAs) and nurse practitioners (NPs) provide preventive care, guidance on how to live a healthy lifestyle, and ensure you get immunizations and screenings when you need them.
Primary care providers also diagnose and treat common conditions and assess the severity of your medical issues. If necessary, your primary care team will refer you to specialists and will help you manage chronic diseases, including hypertension and diabetes.
Most importantly, your primary care team is at the center of all of the care you receive, keeping track of your treatments and medications and communicating with other doctors you see to ensure they have a complete picture of your health.
Our care providers work within our Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, and Pediatric departments. Your care team also includes experienced physician assistants and nurse practitioners who work As One to keep you and your family healthy.
Current patients are welcome to log into MyChart to make an appointment, view lab results, message your care providers, and more.
Explore Our Virtual Care Options
We're committed to providing you with the care you need — even from the comfort of your home! Patients at South Shore Medical Center can schedule a video or phone visit with their primary care provider or a specialist. Learn more about Virtual Visits at South Shore Medical Center, here.
We anticipate opening to new patients again in the future and encourage you to check back with us. We will update this page with any new information.
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