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Woman And Infants
Woman And Infants
Center for Women's Primary Care Center for Primary Care
At the Center for Primary Care, our focus is not only on the specific needs of our adult patients, but on your individual concerns, comfort, well-being and convenience. We strive to improve your health and well-being by educating your about preventative health care, building awareness of major health issues facing and promoting behavioral changes. We save you time and trouble by guiding you through the health care system, even helping to set up appointments with specialists. For more information call us at (401) 459-0230.

Our Providers
Our physicians are all board certified in internal medicine and have helped set standards for care worldwide. We treat adult patients with both acute and chronic conditions. Patients without a primary care provider can schedule an appointment to see a physician who will coordinate all of their health care needs. Appointments can be made by calling 401-459-0230.

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No Show Policy
Effective March 2009, we have a new policy for missed appointments at all Women & Infants' physician practices.


Health Topic of the Month - Heart Health
Heart disease is the number one killer of women. High blood pressure (hypertension) is a major risk factor for heart disease, making the heart overexert itself and contributing to hardening of the arteries.

» More Information on Heart Health

Clinical Services
We are part of Women & Infants' Department of Medicine, treating patients with both acute and chronic conditions. We also provide routine exams and preventive services. Some of our services include the asthma clinic, EKG's, echocardiogram, laboratory services, nutrition services and PETs.

Department of Medicine
Of all the reasons patients and referring physicians look to Women & Infants' Department of Medicine, one stands alone: we put our patients first. Our commitment to excellence earned us a reputation as a leader in meeting the specialized needs of pregnant women. That same commitment enables us to treat a growing number of women at different stages in their lives, with various medical needs. Through our Center for Primary Care, we now extend that same quality of care to male patients as well.

» Center for Women's Behavioral Health
» Center for Women's Gastrointestinal Services
» Center for Obstetric Medicine
Registration for Childbirth and parenting classes
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  New Patient Registration
To streamline the check-in process for new patients, please print and complete this registration form and bring it to your first visit. Registration Form (pdf)
  Primary Care Q&A
Here are some answers to your frequently asked questions.
» FAQs
  Season Flu/Swine Flu (H1N1) FAQs
Clinicians from the Center for Women's Primary Care answer commonly asked questions about both the seasonal flu and the swine (H1N1) flu.
» Seasonal Flu/H1N1 FAQs; Espanol
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