Lancaster General Health Physicians’ network of more than 350 family medicine primary care providers includes practice locations throughout Lancaster County, as well as in Chester, Lebanon and York counties. We care for patients of all ages, from newborns to older adults.
Your Wellness Team
Our Family Medicine practices are all nationally recognized Medical Homes with dedicated staff who coordinate care for every member of the family, through every phase of life.
We partner with you on every step of your health journey. From wellness and prevention to timely appointments when you’re ill, we make sure you and your family get the care you need when you need it. We also connect you to the right doctors for more specialized treatment, including Penn Medicine experts beyond our local area. And with shared electronic health records and our MyLGHealth patient portal, our guidance is never more than a click away.
Your family medicine provider is your front line of care for:
- Acute Illness and Injury Care (colds, flu, stomach viruses, sprains, burns)
- Annual Wellness Visits
- Chronic Care Management (opioid addiction, diabetes, etc.)
- Men's Health
- Minor Procedures
- Pediatric Care
- Preventive Care for All Ages
- Women's Health (including gynecologic care)
A Patient-Centered Medical Home
All of our family medicine practices are recognized as Patient-Centered Medical Homes by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA). A Patient-Centered Medical Home is a model of care that strengthens the provider-patient relationship through accessibility, excellent communication, and the latest information technology.
Annual Wellness Visit
Patients 65 years of age or older are entitled to a free Annual Wellness Visit (AWV). This face-to-face visit with a member of our team is a chance for you to talk about your health, set goals, and learn about what you can do to improve and maintain your health.
The AWV is not a typical office visit. It is intended to be a proactive approach to maintaining your health and reducing the future risk of illness. If you have a current health concern, please schedule an office visit or a traditional physical exam with your primary care provider.