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IMPORTANT NOTICE: COVID-19 testing appointments are not available at Cone Health emergency departments or urgent care locations. Click here for testing options.

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Primary Care

When you choose a Cone Health-affiliated primary care provider, you gain a long-term partner in health. Your PCP gets to know you, your health history and your personal goals as you visit regularly for preventive care and treatment of a wide range of illnesses and medical conditions.

Types of Primary Care Providers

Find the right type of primary care provider for you and your family at Cone Health:

You also may see a nurse practitioner (NP) or physician assistant (PA)—providers with advanced degrees who work closely with physicians and can provide direct care and prescribe medications.

What Does a PCP Do?

Your PCP is your main health care provider. That means he or she should be the person you call for non-emergency medical care. Count on your PCP for:

  • Preventive care, including annual physicals, routine health screenings and immunizations
  • Diagnosis and treatment of common conditions
  • Assistance managing chronic conditions
  • Referrals to specialty care when needed
  • Coordination of care across settings and providers

Wellness Matters

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    Get the Facts: Debunking COVID-19 Vaccine Myths

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    September 14, 2021
  • Few Breakthrough Infections Occur, but COVID-19 Vaccines Still Protect You

    Few Breakthrough Infections Occur, but COVID-19 Vaccines Still Protect You

    While breakthrough infections are possible, COVID-19 vaccines still help protect you from severe illness and hospitalization. As more contagious, more dangerous variants spread and hospitalizations rise – it’s important we continue to protect ourselves and each other. Here are three ways vaccines protect you and your communities.
    September 1, 2021