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

  • Milestone birthday inspires weight loss

    10/30/2020

    Jim Caskey’s weight had been bothering him for years. Every year, he seemed to gain an additional pound he couldn’t lose. For each of his children’s weddings, he thought he’d try to lose 10 pounds, but then he didn’t.
  • Heart Catheterization

    09/30/2020

    A heart catheterization is a procedure where a very thin cable wire (the catheter) is inserted through an artery in the patient’s wrist or groin. The tube is guided to the heart, providing the physician with images showing how the heart is working and enabling any blockages to be identified.
  • Is it age or PAD?

    09/01/2020

    You may think leg pain or a slow-healing wound is a normal part of aging. Not necessarily. That nagging ache may be your body's way of sending a warning signal that something more serious is going on.

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