Primary Care Providers in Philadelphia, PA

Find a primary care provider (PCP) near you in Philadelphia for your routine health needs.

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Healthcare at a Glance in Philadelphia, PA

The city of brotherly love is filled with culture, delicious food, and ample outdoor activities to add to your healthy lifestyle. U.S. News ranks Hospitals of University of Pennsylvania-Penn Presbyterian, Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals, and Pennsylvania Hospital the top hospitals in the city. Healthcare systems serving the city and suburbs with medical centers and primary and specialty care clinics include Jefferson Health, Penn Medicine, Temple Health, and Tower Health. Children’s hospitals include Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and Shriners Hospital for Children. The Corporal Michael J. Crescenz VA Medical Center serves Philadelphia veterans as well as those from surrounding counties of PA and NJ. The VA medical center has community-based outpatient clinics in addition to its medical center and community living center. Philadelphia has several great resources for the underinsured and uninsured populations, including Philadelphia District Five Health Center, Sayre Health Center, and ICNA Relief SHAMS Clinic. Philadelphia medical schools include Perelman School of Medicine, Lewis Katz School of Medicine, Drexel University College of Medicine, and Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine.

Primary Care FAQS

What is a primary care doctor?

Primary care physicians (PCPs) — also known as primary care providers — are a vital part of your preventive care and wellness. All your routine care needs such as annual physicals, vaccinations, and lab work can be addressed by your PCP.

A PCP can be a family medicine provider, internist, or some other healthcare professionals who practice general medicine.

By working with other members of your healthcare team, your PCP can help you manage your overall health.