Unlike other specialties that are limited to a particular organ or disease, family physicians are among the few specialists qualified to treat most ailments and provide comprehensive healthcare for people of all ages—from newborns to seniors.
Family physicians provide the majority of care for America’s underserved rural and urban populations. In addition to diagnosing and treating illness, they also provide personalized counseling on maintaining a healthy lifestyle, as well as preventive care that includes routine checkups, health-risk assessments, immunizations, and screening tests. Family physicians manage chronic illness as well, often coordinating care provided by other subspecialists.
Thus, the role of the family physician is multifaceted. It involves understanding community-level factors and social determinants of health, serving as a patient's first contact for health concerns, navigating the healthcare system with patients (including specialist and hospital care coordination and follow-up), and using data and technology to coordinate services and enhance care.
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