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Primary Care

Your primary care physician is the doctor you see to care for your general health needs and those of your entire family, from giving the annual physical to diagnosing an illness that may turn out to be a serious problem. Primary care doctors are trained in every major area of medicine. They provide comprehensive care for health wellness, disease prevention, patient education, and diagnosis and treatment of acute and chronic illnesses in a variety of settings. Primary care doctors may specialize in one of four areas:

  • Family Medicine: Family medicine doctors provide continuing comprehensive primary care to your whole family. They see patients of all ages.
  • Internal Medicine: Internal medicine doctors, also known as internists, specialize in the study, diagnosis and treatment of non-surgical diseases in adult patients. An internist is trained to diagnose and treat complex illnesses, as well as manage the prevention of illness.
  • Internal Medicine/Pediatrics (Med/Peds): Doctors who specialize in internal medicine and pediatrics provide preventive care as well as care for the complex medical problems of both adults and children.
  • Pediatrics: Pediatricians specialize in the treatment of newborns, infants, children and adolescents. They provide preventive health care as well as care for acute and chronic illnesses in children, from birth through adolescence.

Primary care near you

Loyola primary care physicians are available at more than 15 locations throughout the Chicago area. Call (888) LUHS-888 to speak with a trained representative and choose your primary care physician. To choose a primary care physician by location, check our map above, which shows you our locations and will direct you to more information about each location on our Visit Us pages.

Loyola primary care physicians will partner with you to encourage your good health. They also will serve as a coordinator of care should you require more specialized treatment and may refer you to one of our specialists.