WVU Medicine is committed to providing high quality primary care close to home for patients of all ages, including infants, children, adults, and seniors. For non-emergency medical care, primary care providers are an essential part of our healthcare team. They specialize in diagnosing, treating, and helping to prevent a wide variety of conditions.
At WVU Medicine Primary Care, you can choose from the following practitioners:
- Family medicine providers, who care for patients of all ages, including infants, children, adults, and seniors
- Internal medicine providers, who see only adults
- Pediatricians who focus on children’s health
Primary care providers offer general wellness exams, gynecologic exams, and well-child visits – plus a whole lot more. They get to know you, your history, and your family history, and can recommend screenings, as well as identify and treat many minor problems before they become major ones.
If you’re experiencing any undiagnosed symptoms or medical concerns, a WVU Medicine primary care provider should be your first point of contact for improved well-being. If you need more specialized care, the provider will coordinate a referral with one of our WVU Medicine specialists. They will work together to provide you with the best possible medical management of your condition.
Many WVU Medicine primary care practices have same-day appointments available. Use this primary care appointment checklist at your next visit.
Make an appointment with a provider:
Call 855-WVU-CARE (855-988-2273) or log in to MyWVUChart
WVU Medicine Family Medicine providers care for patients of all ages (infants, children, adults, and seniors). They perform minor procedures, offer obstetrics care, and work with other WVU Medicine specialists in order to provide the best care for you and your family.
Our services range from health screenings to physical exams and vaccinations to management of chronic conditions, such as diabetes and high blood pressure. Many of our clinics and providers offer same-day appointments.
WVU Medicine Internal Medicine provides comprehensive primary care for adults and seniors, with a focus on diseases affecting the heart, blood, kidneys, and joints, as well as the digestive, respiratory, and vascular systems. Our board-certified internal medicine physicians diagnose common or complex issues, and can help you manage any chronic conditions you’re experiencing.
General internal medicine services range from health screenings, physical exams, and vaccinations to disease management of diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, and more. We will help coordinate your medical needs and refer you to specialists when needed.
WVU Medicine Children’s pediatricians are specially trained to care for children from infancy to young adulthood. We’re here for all the typical problems that accompany a child’s growth and development, providing routine care for all common pediatric illnesses.
While our primary emphasis is on preventive care, we are also well-equipped to handle complex pediatric conditions. We collaborate with patients’ specialists from WVU Medicine Children’s to make sure your child receives the best possible care.