Why Do I Need a Primary Care Physician?

Many people believe they only need a doctor when they are sick. However, having a primary care physician may be your key to staying healthy. An important responsibility of a primary care physician is providing preventative care. Think of your primary care physician as your wellness coach, who will protect your health through regular checkups, and will make sure you get the screenings you need to identify any concerns as early as possible. There are

Lee Health. Caring People. Inspiring Health.

Lee Physician Group has more than 500 primary and specialty care physicians and advanced practitioners. We are right where you need us, too, with 80 office locations in Lee County that make it easy for you and your family to find a primary care or specialty care office near you. Many of our practices are located in buildings or office complexes with other important medical services—such as imaging, rehabilitation, and labs. Our specialty physicians treat

Lee Physician Group

Lee Physician Group consists of more than 550 primary and specialty care physicians and advanced practitioners. With 57 office locations throughout Lee County, we are convenient— right where you need us. Many of our practices are located in buildings or office complexes with other important medical services—like imaging, rehabilitation and labs. Our specialty physicians can treat a number of specific medical needs, urgent or on-going, including cardiac care, neurology, palliative care, endocrinology, surgery, allergy and

Why is it Important to Have a Quarterback on Your Healthcare Team

 Primary care providers (PCP) are the foundation for your medical care. As such, we lead the team of healthcare professionals and other specialists that provide you comprehensive care. So, we like to think of ourselves as the quarterback of your team. A PCP can be a MD, Doctor of Osteopathy (D.O.), Physician Assistant (PA) or Nurse Practitioner (NP). Your PCP will diagnose and treat common illnesses and medical conditions while teaching you about safe health

Why is it Important to Have a Quarterback on Your Healthcare Team

 Primary care providers (PCP) are the foundation for your medical care. As such, we lead the team of healthcare professionals and other specialists that provide you comprehensive care. So, we like to think of ourselves as the quarterback of your team. A PCP can be a MD, Doctor of Osteopathy (D.O.), Physician Assistant (PA) or Nurse Practitioner (NP). Your PCP will diagnose and treat common illnesses and medical conditions while teaching you about safe health