Primary Care

Your family is your No. 1 priority—and it’s ours, too.

At Orlando Health, we want to be your partner in maintaining optimal health — for you and your family. With more than 65 office locations in communities throughout Central Florida, you’ll find the right physician conveniently close to home or work.

Our network of primary care physicians (PCPs) offer a comprehensive range of services, including:

  • Family Medicine
  • Internal Medicine
  • Pediatric Care
  • Women’s Health (OB-GYN)
  • Geriatric Medicine

 As your healthcare needs change, Orlando Health Physicians are here for you every step of the way. Our primary care physicians can provide care for every stage of life — from having a baby, to infant, child and adult care, and on through retirement — performing regular checkups, diagnosing and treating illnesses and injuries, managing chronic conditions and discussing actions to promote your wellness. You can rely on us to focus on your health, so you can focus on doing the things you love.

Orlando Health Physicians strive to build a relationship with each patient. From routine well-care visits to the unavoidable sick visits, you’ll enjoy easy access and personalized care. We take the time to listen, answer questions and clearly explain conditions and treatment options. Moreover, our physicians practice collaborative medicine, working with you to help keep your family happy and healthy.


Family Medicine

Our family medicine team provides preventative and acute care and education to all ages, from newborns to older adults. 

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Internal Medicine

We provide comprehensive medical care for all aspects of adult medicine, including acute and chronic illnesses.

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General OB/GYN

We offer the full spectrum of highly individualized obstetrics & gynecology care—for every stage of life.

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Pediatric Care

Our pediatricians help ensure your child is developing properly and following recommended health guidelines.

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If you are over 65 and have acute or chronic illness, our primary care team and geriatric specialists will prepare a personalized plan of services to address your specific needs.

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What is a Physician Extender?

You may not be familiar with the term "physician extender," but you have likely heard of nurse practitioners and physician assistants. Nurse practitioners (NPs) have received advanced training in primary care and other specialties and often have more clinical independence and more authority than other types of nurses. Physicians Assistants (PAs) are licensed to practice medicine under the supervision of private practice physicians or hospitals. They may diagnose and treat patients, prescribe medication, and some may be surgical assistants.