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Primary Care

Care for acute and chronic illnesses, injuries, health screenings and prevention for the entire family.

Primary Care

Care for acute and chronic illnesses, injuries, health screenings and prevention for the entire family.

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Get same-day virtual primary care and urgent care

At UW Medicine, our primary care providers offer personalized support to you and your family — from newborns to seniors — in all areas of health and well-being. We offer in-person and telemedicine primary care visits to both new and established (current) UW Medicine patients. Once established, patients who use MyChart have access to medical advice messages.

On-demand video visit 

Start an on-demand video visit today in MyChart with the first available primary care provider who can diagnose and outline care options. Available 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., seven days a week.

Interpreters are available.

Learn more about on-demand video visits »

E-Visit questionnaires 

Current patients can get same-day treatment for health needs such as pink eye or UTI/bladder problems by filling out a questionnaire in MyChart.  Submit anytime and a provider will respond in 1-2 days.  

Learn more about E-Visit questionnaires »

Urgent care visit

Get in line for an in-person or video visit at one of our urgent care clinics for minor accidents and illnesses. Open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Interpreters are available.

Know when to go to urgent care »

Make an appointment or message your care team

In-person care

Schedule an in-person visit with a primary care provider at a variety of locations throughout the Puget Sound region.

Interpreters are available.

Find a clinic »

Scheduled video visits

Schedule a telemedicine visit with your UW Medicine primary care provider for follow-up care, management of chronic conditions and consultations.

Interpreters are available. 

Learn more about telemedicine visits »

Message your care team

Current patients can message their care team in MyChart for new medication requests, questions about new symptoms or problems, new referrals and more.

Learn more about MyChart messages »

About our primary care services

Seeing your primary care provider (PCP) regularly is one of the best steps you can take to stay healthy. Your primary care provider may be a family medicine, internal medicine or pediatric doctor; nurse practitioner or physician assistant. They will get to know you, your medical and family history, and your care preferences. 

Services offered by our primary care providers

Our primary care services include:

  • Preventive care (such as routine checkups, health screenings, risk assessments and immunizations)
  • Diagnosis and treatment for acute and chronic illnesses
  • Personalized counseling on maintaining a healthy lifestyle
  • Medical advice for non-emergent questions or issues, day or night.
  • Onsite specialty care at select locations (such as obstetrics and gynecology, sports medicine, optometry, acupuncture, podiatry and sleep medicine) 
  • Behavioral health (such as depression, anxiety or grief, or a difficult situation) 
  • Diet, nutrition and diabetes support with highly trained registered dietitians and certified diabetes educators 

Find a primary care provider by specialty

Family medicine providers care for patients and families of all ages, from newborns to seniors. They have additional training in managing common mental health concerns, and pregnancy and reproductive care.

Find family medicine providers

Internal medicine providers care for all adults, from young to senior. They have additional training in handling more severe chronic illnesses and situations in which different illnesses must be managed at the same time. 

Find internal medicine providers

Pediatricians care for babies, children and young people. Specialized services include developmental screenings, school and sports evaluations, environmental health consults, gynecologic care, and care for LGBTQ children and youth.

Find pediatricians

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