Primary care physicians in Richmond, Virginia
At HCA Virginia Physicians, our primary care doctors put the health and wellness of your family first. We offer a wide range of primary care services—including disease management and minor surgical procedures—to ensure we meet your needs. We also offer preventive health screenings to help detect any changes in your health before it becomes a concern.
Visit one of our primary care doctors by scheduling an appointment online or call (804) 320-3627.
Comprehensive primary care
At HCA Virginia Physicians, our primary care doctors offer high-quality services through multiple types of practices, including:
Family practice providers treat patients from infancy to adulthood for many common medical problems as well as acute and chronic illnesses. With a particular emphasis on the family unit, they provide preventive services, health maintenance exams and health education.
Internal medicine practice
Internal medicine practices manage medical concerns for adolescents and adults. They perform regular preventive health maintenance exams and health screening tests. Internists are trained to deal with a range of medical problems and determine when a referral for specialty care is necessary.
Pediatric practices specialize in the treatment of infants, children and adolescents, generally through the age of 19. Pediatricians provide medical care for children that includes immunizations, school physicals and well child checkups.
Conditions we treat
Our primary care doctors treat a wide range of conditions, such as:
- Chronic diseases
- Digestive disorders
- Ear, nose and throat ailments
- Infectious diseases
- Pituitary and metabolic concerns
- Serious colds
- Weight management
Primary care services we offer
In addition to diagnosing and treating acute illnesses and other common conditions, we provide a full range of services for your family, including:
Chronic disease management
We help patients manage chronic health conditions, including but not limited to:
- Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
- Heart disease
- High blood pressure
- High cholesterol
- Kidney disease
Our doctors provide health screenings, checkups, patient education and treatment coordination to improve each patient's quality of life.
Family planning services
We offer family planning services, including birth control options, for women. We also offer preconception care and pregnancy planning.
Our primary care physicians provide important immunizations to protect your family from potentially harmful diseases. These vaccines work with your body's natural defense systems to reduce the risk of infection and develop immunity to diseases. Our healthcare providers will help you determine the appropriate vaccination schedule for you or your loved one based on age and medical history.
Some of the common vaccines we offer include:
- Chickenpox vaccine
- Hepatitis A and B vaccines
- Human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine
- Influenza vaccine (flu shot)
- Measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine
- Polio vaccine
- Tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis (Tdap) vaccine
School and sports physicals
Most schools and sports leagues require children to receive a physical exam before participation. We offer specific medical exams to screen for potential health problems and prevent sports-related injuries. During a sports physical, our doctor or physician assistant will:
- Check your child's blood pressure
- Document your child's height and weight
- Test your child's eyesight
- Check your child's flexibility, strength and overall fitness
- Review your child's medical history
Scheduling a checkup for yourself or a family member is a great way to keep everyone healthy. During a wellness visit, we will perform a complete physical exam and provide any immunizations that are due. For children, the physical exam will measure growth and development and test hearing and vision. For adults, we often prescribe routine blood work on a yearly basis.
Well woman exam and pap smears
We provide well woman exams to perform routine checkups for women's reproductive health. We recommend women come in once a year for this physical examination, which includes a pap smear test, breast examination and pelvic examination. A pap smear test is performed as part of the pelvic exam to check for cervical cells changes that could develop into gynecologic cancer.