If you’re looking for a physician who can care for every member of your family, UMass Memorial Health Care can help. We have more than 50 family medicine physicians who provide primary care services at our Worcester campuses as well as throughout the region.
What Is a Family Medicine Physician?
Family medicine physicians care for patients of all ages, from newborns to the elderly. Some family physicians also deliver babies, giving you a one-stop resource for managing all your family’s health concerns at every stage of life.
Family medicine physicians (sometimes called family practice physicians) have completed four years of medical school and a three-year residency in family medicine.
What Services Do UMass Memorial Family Physicians Provide?
Our family doctors and their care teams are dedicated to treating the whole person, and they are qualified to diagnose and treat a wide range of conditions in patients of any age and either gender. Among the services they provide are:
- Physical exams and preventive care, including health screenings
- Children’s health care and well-child visits
- Family planning and routine women’s health screenings such as breast exams and Pap smears
- Diagnosis and management of common medical conditions
- Care for chronic conditions such as asthma, diabetes and high cholesterol
- Mental and behavioral health care
- Referrals to specialists, when needed