Your primary care provider — or PCP — is your main healthcare provider for non-emergency situations.
UVA's primary care providers take care of the general healthcare needs of children, adults and seniors. We do regular check-ups, immunizations and screenings and provide care for illnesses and injuries. And we'll coordinate your care if you need to see a specialist for a more serious health issue.
Types of Primary Care Providers
Your primary care provider may be a doctor, a nurse practitioner or a physician assistant. It’s up to you.
Find out more about the healthcare providers you can choose from:
- : Primary care for the whole family
- : Primary care for adults
- : Your child's primary care doctor
- : Primary care for seniors
- : Primary care for women
When you choose a UVA primary care provider, you don’t just get excellent care and personal attention. You also get:
- Convenient access to specialists and our hospital
- The most technologically advanced care in Central Virginia
- Treatments and procedures from the latest research breakthroughs
Convenient Locations in Central Virginia
You don't have to go to the hospital to see a UVA primary care provider.
We offer convenient care in communities throughout Central Virginia. Easy parking, same-day appointments and a hassle-free and friendly atmosphere.
Holistic Therapies & Primary Care
Yoga, acupuncture, meditation, massage: These may not sound like services you'd expect at a primary care clinic, but you can find them at UVA Primary and Specialty Care Pantops.
“We incorporate mindfulness and yoga a lot when we’re treating patients, for decreasing anxiety, pain and depression. It’s invaluable,” says Denise Way, MD.
Find out more about how you could benefit from this holistic approach to primary care.
Yoga Therapy: A Visual Guide
You can make an appointment for medical yoga therapy. But you can also take a yoga break at your desk or at home. Even ten minutes can prove beneficial to your health and well-being.
View this visual guide to get started: Yoga Therapy in 10 Minutes.