Patient and doctor work together

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Patient and doctor work together

A primary care provider can allow you to establish a trusting relationship with one medical professional over time and maintain continuity in your personal health care. Working as a team you and your primary care physician can work towards preventive health care and follow the best measures needed to achieve and maintain your personal health.

Patient and doctor work together

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  • Last reviewed on 1/23/2012
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