Primary Care

When it comes to health care, we know you want the best for your family. That's why our family medicine doctors, urgent care providers and internal medicine specialists provide a variety of services for every stage of life. From preventive care and health exams to treatment for common illnesses and managing chronic conditions, we’re here to take care of you.

  • Common illness treatment
  • Chronic conditions management
  • Routine checkups and exams
  • Immunizations and screenings
  • Healthy lifestyle counseling
  • Minor skin procedures
  • Fracture care
  • Gynecology services
  • Lab services

Virtual Visits

With virtual visits, we have another tool to help you stay healthier. It’s easy! Just call your provider's office to schedule.

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Need a doctor?

All of our primary care offices are welcoming new patients. Call (877) 566-4660 or review our list of offices.
 

Resources

We're compassionate about care that emphasizes service and affordability. You’ll enjoy the benefits of networked electronic medical records – no hassle of transferring records or duplication of services. Also, Goshen Physicians offers a quick and easy online bill pay system.

Goshen Health News & Articles

  • Choosing virtual or in-person care

    02/01/2021

    Virtual visits can be used for many of the reasons you normally schedule an office appointment with your primary care provider. In-person visits are important when you need a physical exam or care that requires medical equipment to assess your condition and provide treatment.

  • Colonoscopy – The gold standard

    01/22/2021

    A colonoscopy is the only test that allows your doctor to find and remove polyps during the same exam. That means removal of abnormal tissue before it grows into cancer.

  • What is carpal metacarpal arthritis?

    01/11/2021

    Carpal metacarpal arthritis is arthritis at the base of the thumb joint. In a normal joint, cartilage covers the ends of each bone providing smooth and easy movement between the two surfaces. The cartilage can wear out due to daily use and occurs throughout life.

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