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Primary care providers at IU Health are part of the only nationally ranked healthcare system in Indiana. You’ll find the most highly skilled network of board-certified family medicine physicians, internal medicine physicians and pediatricians throughout the state. That includes Riley Physicians, a collaboration between Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health and IU Health physicians, to expertly treat your child’s everyday health needs. Our coordinated approach delivers a wide range of services and personalized care to keep you and your family well.
Our family medicine doctors provide you and your family with expert, comprehensive care during all phases of life—from birth, infancy and childhood, through adolescence, to adult life and the changes each phase brings. We promote healthy lifestyles, preventive medicine and provide the highly-skilled and personalized care to each family member.
Our internal medicine doctors—also called “internists” and “general internists”—see adults aged 18 and older and cover all primary health concerns except surgery and obstetrics. We provide comprehensive care focused on the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of adult diseases, and are trained to solve diagnostic problems and routinely handle the management of severe chronic illnesses. We focus on the coordination of care for our patients and management of referrals to specialty colleagues, when necessary.
As Riley Physicians, our diverse group of pediatricians and pediatric nurse practitioners are dedicated to caring for your children's general issues and complex needs. Many of our pediatric practices offer same-day sick appointments, flexible hours for busy families and a 24-hour phone nurse for questions.
Our Internal Med/Peds doctors have dual board certifications in internal medicine and pediatrics. Caring for all family members, from newborns to seniors, we focus on preventive medicine and health for your entire family.
IU Health Women’s Health includes a team of OB/GYN specialists who provide comprehensive care for women from adolescence to adulthood. As specialists, we cannot guarantee a same-day appointment but will work with you to secure the soonest possible appointment.
Nothing replaces a strong relationship with your primary care doctor to keep you well. But when you need immediate attention outside of your doctor's regular office hours, IU Health provides convenient, high-quality alternatives to meet your needs anytime.
IU Health Immediate Care is available when you need urgent medical care. When your doctor's office is closed, IU Health Immediate Care is available for any non-life-threatening illness or injury.
IU Health Emergency Services are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week at over a dozen locations for those unexpected injuries or symptoms that can't wait.
Your primary care provider (PCP) is more than just a doctor to call when you're sick. Your PCP is your partner in maintaining and optimizing your health.
A number of practical factors should be considered when selecting PCPs for you and your family. Is the office location convenient for you? Do the office hours meet your needs? Does the doctor accept your insurance plan? Is he/she affiliated with your preferred hospital and other specialists?
Beyond those basic considerations, be sure that you are comfortable talking with your doctor about your needs and goals for your health. A positive, caring relationship with your primary care doctor can help you with the knowledge and tools you need to get and stay healthy.
Use our Find A Doctor search tool to locate a primary care doctor that best meets you and your family's healthcare needs.