Partner with a primary care provider (PCP) at Olmsted Medical Center in southeastern Minnesota. You'll form a trusting, long-term relationship with an expert who will get to know you and provide personalized services.
What’s a Primary Care Provider?
Your PCP will serve as your main point of contact to:
- Help you stay healthy with education, vaccinations, screening tests and physicals (checkups)
- Diagnose and treat common illnesses and injuries, such as infections
- Manage chronic (long-term) conditions, including asthma, diabetes, or high blood pressure
- Refer you to a specialist for care if needed
Find the Right Care Provider for You
The type of primary care provider that's right for you depends on your age, health goals, and preferences. At Olmsted Medical Center, you can choose a:
Health Screenings: Know Your Numbers
Simple health screenings help check your health to see if you're at risk for certain conditions. Knowing and keeping track of "your numbers" (e.g., cholesterol levels and blood-pressure ranges) is a way to keep up-to-date on your health and wellness. Some important numbers for you to watch:
- Blood sugar (glucose)
- Blood pressure
- Cholesterol and triglycerides
- Weight and Body Mass Index (BMI)