Intown Primary Care is a modern, state-of the art medical facility that specializes in providing high quality care for all patients aged 18+. We focus on individualized and proactive health solutions based off your needs so you can live your best possible life!
We’re all about making your healthcare journey easy and comfortable. Request an appointment with Dr. Parry, who will be there every step of the way – from referring you to specialty care when needed to checking in on how things are going!
What's Different About Dr. Parry?
Unlike many other primary care doctors whose only focus is general wellness, Dr. Parry also provides some additional specialty services in-house. This saves our patients time by reducing the need for trips to specialists. Should you need help for a service we do not offer at IPC, Dr. Parry will refer you to a specialist.
What is Primary Care?
A primary care doctor is a type of doctor that provides general medical services to patients. They are usually the first doctor that a patient sees when they have a health concern, and they provide routine checkups and general medical care. Primary care doctors can also refer patients to specialists if necessary.
In addition to general medical care, primary care doctors can also:
Primary care physicians play an important role in keeping their patients healthy. They are the first line of defense against illness and disease, and they can provide a wealth of knowledge about staying healthy and preventing disease.
Common Medical Conditions
Some common medical conditions that primary care physicians help with include:
- Preventative medicine
- Colds and flu
- Ear infections
- Sore throats
- Urinary tract infections
- High blood pressure
- High cholesterol
- Thyroid problems
- Depression and anxiety
- Management of chronic illnesses
These are just some of the many conditions that primary care physicians help with on a daily basis. If you have a medical condition that is not listed here, don’t hesitate to contact our office for help.
What To Expect During a Visit?
When you visit your primary care doctor, they will take a medical history and perform a physical examination. They may also order tests, such as blood work or a urine test, to help diagnose your condition. Based on the results of your exam and any tests that are performed, your primary care doctor will make a diagnosis and recommend a treatment plan.
If you have a primary care physician that you see regularly, they will get to know you and your medical history over time. This can be helpful when it comes to identifying potential health concerns early, and promptly beginning a treatment plan.