Next to your personal health, care for your spouse, significant other, and family members is equally as important. As a primary care specialty service, Mount Auburn Hospital's Division of Family Practice serves patients of all ages and genders at our main campus, as well as satellite practices in our healthcare community. You will enjoy a relationship grounded in comfort and consistency at our team-based practices, which often treat extended families.
As part of the Division’ s mission of providing continuing, comprehensive care tor individuals and families, our practitioners offer personalized primary care to all ages and genders, focusing on individual healthcare regimes.
You will receive healthcare support during every stage of your life cycle - from newborn to senior - including programs aimed at childhood illnesses, conception counseling in young adulthood, complete pre-marital testing, and as you to age, chronic illness prevention/treatment, and custodial and terminal care.
Mount Auburn’s Family Practitioners participate in academic fellowships and are recertified every six years, one prerequisite of which is an additional 300 hours of continuing education. You will have peace of mind knowing that your Mount Auburn Family Practitioner will offer you the latest in high quality medical care.
Additional Family Medicine Information
For more information on the practice of family medicine, please visit the American Board of Family Practice. And for in-depth family practice policy information, please visit the American Academy of Family Physicians.