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Primary Care Doctors and Advanced Practice Clinicians caring for you

If you need to schedule an appointment at a primary care clinic, St. Luke's has great availability. A primary care provider is a doctor, nurse practitioner or physician assistant who is a key partner in helping you live a long, healthy life. This is the first person you call when you have a health concern. You also typically see this person once a year for a check-up.

From a nagging health concern that you want to address, to establishing ongoing care with a provider, call us today and we can get you in quickly!

Why does a primary care provider do?
A primary care provider helps everyone, from infants to elders. Here’s what they do:

  • Helps you stay healthy
  • Addresses health issues quickly
  • Offers personalized health recommendations
  • Guides you through the healthcare system

Are all primary care specialties the same?
No. There are a few specialties within primary care.

Where do I see a primary care provider?
Primary care providers are all available at these locations.

How often should I see my primary care provider?
An annual physical is recommended for everyone. However, you can also contact them as often as you need to with any medical concerns you may have.

What does it cost?
Most major insurance companies cover an annual physical with your primary care provider at no cost to you, as part of your preventive care. If you have additional questions about your coverage, contact your insurance company.

How do I choose a primary care provider?
The easiest way is to call 218.249.4000 or request an appointment online. We will help you find a provider you can connect with.

What if I’m sick and need to be seen now?
There are times where an illness or injury needs immediate treatment. If you are unable to get into your primary care provider when you need immediate care, St. Luke’s offers convenient, on-demand care at multiple locations. Learn more about our immediate care options.

To establish care at St. Luke’s, call 218.249.4000 or request an appointment.