You face some kind of health care issue nearly every day. The critical first step towards addressing your concerns and improving your family’s health is establishing a relationship with a primary care practitioner (PCP) for everyone in your family.
At Day Kimball Healthcare, your Connecticut primary care physician is at the core of our patient-centered medical home (PCMH) approach to healthcare. In this model, your PCP doesn’t just care for your day-to-day health needs and treat you when you’re sick; he or she also serves as your healthcare advocate by coordinating all aspects of your care throughout our system.
Our primary care practitioners:
Family medicine practitioners provide continuing, comprehensive healthcare for individuals of all ages (from infancy to elderly) and both genders, as well as care for each organ system and every disease entity. As the name implies, family medicine physicians can also provide care to all members of a family, offering continuity of care within the household. Some family medicine practitioners also provide obstetrical care for women.
Internal medicine practitioners provide adults 18 years of age or older (or as young as 16 in some practices) with comprehensive care, including sick and well care visits, preventive care, women’s health services, minor office procedures, and work-related physicals.
Pediatricians provide comprehensive care for children from birth through adolescence and into young adulthood. Services include sick and well care visits, physicals, immunizations, school and camp physicals, and specialized services including the evaluation and treatment of asthma, ADD/ADHD and adolescent medicine.