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Primary Care

Your partner in good health

Your primary care provider is one of your biggest champions. We’re here to help support you, encourage you and give you the resources and information you need to live well. At VCU Tappahannock Hospital, our primary care providers treat patients of all ages — from children to adolescents, from young adults to retirees. Not to mention, our connection to VCU Health gives you unmatched access to specialists if you need it.

Discover all the ways your primary care provider is right here for you.

Primary care — for adults who need preventive checkups, screening and treatment for routine illnesses and chronic conditions. Our primary care providers get to know you personally, your health history and your specific needs. We’re your trusted partner working to keep you healthy.

Family medicine — a single trusted expert for all your family’s health needs, including routine care for every stage of life from newborns to seniors. Everyone in your family can see the same provider who gets to know you and your family.

Pediatrics — child-friendly, compassionate care for kids of all ages. From well-child visits and vaccines – to helping families navigate common and complex childhood illnesses – we’re with you every step of the way. 

Keeping you healthy

Many people only think of their doctor when they’re sick. And while we do treat many injuries and illnesses, we’re here to help you avoid many of those conditions — from offering immunization and sports physicals to wellness exams that allow us to identify (and address) warning signs of potential chronic illnesses, like diabetes or high blood pressure.

We’re here for you — on your path to good health.

We treat a full range of illnesses and injuries:

  • Colds, flu and sinus infections
  • Allergies and asthma
  • Rashes and skin problems
  • Eye and ear infections
  • Digestive conditions
  • Strains and sprains
  • Sexually transmitted infections and urinary tract infections

We also offer preventive care to support your whole health:

  • Age-specific screenings
  • Chronic disease management (high blood pressure, diabetes and more)
  • Health education including exercise, smoking cessation and disease prevention
  • Heart health assessment and risk reduction care
  • Physicals for school, sports and work
  • Prescription management
  • Referrals to specialty providers
  • Sexual health services, including birth control counseling and pregnancy testing
  • Vaccinations and immunization

Schedule your appointment

Find a primary care physician near you. Or, call us directly at (804) 529-6141.

Learn more about primary care pediatricians. Or, call us directly at (804) 828-CHOR (2467).