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Find the best family doctor in Plymouth, IN with family practice services including annual physicals, sports physicals, acute care, primary care, chronic disease care, illness, cancer screening and more.

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  • Rod Kubley, MD 160 Points

    Marshall County Family Prac
    1919 Lake Ave Ste 104
    Plymouth, IN 46563
  • Tod Stillson, MD 110 Points

    Plymouth Family Intrn Medicine
    2349 Lake Ave Ste 100
    Plymouth, IN 46563
  • James Berndt, MD 100 Points

    11816 Lincoln Hwy
    Plymouth, IN 46563
  • Harold Barnard, DO 100 Points

    Family Medicine Ctr-Plymouth
    PO Box 969
    Plymouth, IN 46563
  • Jon Kubley, MD 100 Points

    Marshall County Family Prac
    1919 Lake Ave Ste 104
    Plymouth, IN 46563
  • Stephen Phillips, MD 100 Points

    Plymouth Family Intrn Medicine
    2349 Lake Ave Ste 100
    Plymouth, IN 46563
  • Eric Tripp, MD 100 Points

    1919 Lake Ave Ste 101
    Plymouth, IN 46563
  • Harold Barnard, MD

    1904 LAKE AVE
    PLYMOUTH, IN 46563
  • Michael Deery, MD 160 Points

    Lake Shore Clinic
    Distance: 10.43 mi
    921 N Lake Shore Dr
    Culver, IN 46511

Family Doctor Info

Family Doctor Summary:
A family doctor is board certified in family medicine and typically operates a family practice. Family doctors are usually general practitioners who treat all types of patients of all ages. A family doctor is uniquely trained to care for patients as a whole person, regardless of their age or sex. A family doctor is trained to diagnose and treat a wide array of acute and chronic illnesses as well as provide routine health screenings. A family doctor typically works with patients through all stages of their life and has a strong knowledge and background of the patient's family health history. A family doctor should stay current in most aspects of primary medical care and should offer the most current treatments and technologies available.

Family Doctor FAQs:
What is a Family Doctor?

A Family Doctor is a health care professional that practices medicine and is licensed by a state board.

What type of care can a Family Doctor or Family Practice Physician provide?

A Family Doctor counsels and examines patients for minor injuries or diseases that do not warrant the expertise of a specialist. A Family Doctor can do minor procedures and connect patients with specialists for more complicated procedures.

What can I see Family Doctor for?
You can see a Family Doctor for any non-emergency health issue. A Family Doctor can usually provide care to patients of all ages and refer patients to specialists if necessary.

What does a Family Doctor typically not treat?
Family doctors typically do not treat broken bones, cancer, serious diseases or emergency treatment.

What should you do if you need immediate medical care?
If you have a medical emergency and possibly need an ambulance, dial 911 immediately.

How do I find the best Family Doctor in my city and state?
The Wellness.com directory will help you locate an Family Doctor in your state. Select Family Doctor from the professionals menu and select the state that you are looking to locate a Family Doctor in. After you have located your state, find the city that you will need a Family Doctor in. Select the state and city and you will see a list of Family Doctors in your city and state.


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