Primary Care Near You
Comprehensive healthcare for your well-being in Duluth and the surrounding region
Finding a primary care provider is a great way to invest in your health. First, choose a doctor, physician assistant or nurse practitioner to serve as your primary care provider. They will have special training in family medicine, pediatrics or internal medicine. After establishing care with them, they will be your main go-to for all your medical needs, questions and concerns.
If you need to schedule an appointment at a primary care clinic, St. Luke's has great availability. Call us today and we will get you in quickly!
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What does a primary care provider do?
A primary care provider will start by getting to know your story and health history. This way, they can treat any issues you may have, offer personalized recommendations and refer you to specialists when needed. Ultimately, they will help you reach your health goals and stay healthy long term.
When do I see my primary care provider?
You can see them whenever you need to! Often, people see their primary care provider at least once a year for an annual physical or check-up. This is a great strategy for staying up to date with immunizations and preventive screenings. Plus, they can help manage your medications and chronic issues like diabetes.
Your primary care provider will know your health history best. Many times, they will be able to get you in for a same-day appointment or connect with you through a virtual visit.
What if my health concern is immediate?
Whenever possible, seeing your primary care provider should be your first step for common conditions that are not life-threatening. However, if you are unable to see your primary care provider and you need immediate care, St. Luke’s offers convenient, immediate care at multiple locations.
Where is primary care offered?
We offer primary care in Duluth, Hermantown, Mountain Iron, Hibbing, Two Harbors, Silver Bay, Superior and Ashland. See all our locations.
How do I choose a primary care provider?
Finding the right primary care provider for you is important. It's a personal relationship where you’ll share your life and health story.
You can choose from three types of primary care providers at St. Luke’s:
- Pediatrics providers care for children, from newborns to 17-year-olds. They are located on our main campus in Duluth.
- Family medicine providers see people of all ages, from infants to elders. They are located in neighborhood clinics in the Twin Ports and throughout the region.
- Internal medicine providers see adults ages 18+, particularly those with chronic medical conditions or complex health issues. They are located on our main campus in Duluth.