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Among the Nation’s Best

Saint Luke’s is proud to be recognized by U.S. News & World Report for our geriatrics care.

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Saint Luke’s primary care doctors specialize in diagnosing and managing a wide range of health issues. From newborns to seniors, a primary care doctor can guide you through all stages of life – and help coordinate your care with a network of Saint Luke’s specialists.

Our practices are located across the region – convenient to where you work and live and many locations offer same-day appointments. And through MySaintLuke's, existing patients are able to connect with your doctor or the doctor’s staff online.

Most Saint Luke's Medical Group primary care offices have been awarded the Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) 2011 Level 3 Recognition—the highest level bestowed by the National Committee for Quality Assurance. With PCMH, you’ll have a single, trusted doctor and health team coordinating your care. Patients of doctors who participate in PCMH report faster access to their doctors, better outcomes for chronic conditions, and higher satisfaction. Learn more about PCMH. 

Family medicine

Family medicine doctors care for patients of all ages, unlike internal medicine doctors, who only provide care for adults. They often manage the care of entire families – including preventive care, routine checkups, immunizations, and education.

In addition to medical school, a family doctor completes a three-year residency in family medicine. Some pursue additional training – including obstetrics, sports medicine, and sleep medicine.

Find a family practice doctor within Saint Luke’s Health System.

Internal medicine

Internal medicine doctors – also known as internists – prevent, diagnose, and treat diseases that affect adults. They are sometimes referred to as “the doctor’s doctor,” because other primary care doctors might turn to an internist for a consult on complex cases. They manage all aspects of adult preventive care, wellness visits, and chronic illness.

Following medical school, internists complete a three-year residency in internal medicine. Some pursue additional training beyond general internal medicine – and subspecialize in cardiology, endocrinology, geriatrics, or other complex areas.

Find an internal medicine doctor within Saint Luke’s Health System.

Geriatric medicine

Geriatric doctors prevent and treat diseases, conditions, and disabilities that commonly affect older adults. This focus includes management of chronic conditions, prevention of falls, coordination of multiple medications, and following cognitive changes that often occur with aging.

Geriatric doctors complete medical school, a three-year internal medicine residency, and then an additional year of training in geriatric medicine.

Find a geriatric medicine doctor within Saint Luke’s Health System.

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    By seeing a Saint Luke’s Medical Group physician, you take part in a health care team dedicated to the highest standards of accountability. With Saint Luke’s as your Patient-Centered Medical Home, a single, trusted doctor and health team will ensure you get the best care possible.