Eisenhower Center for Family Medicine
The Eisenhower Center for Family Medicine was created to train the next generation of family medicine physicians with a comprehensive team approach to help you and your family − from newborns to grandparents - stay as healthy as possible.
Your care at the Center for Family Medicine is managed by a physician team composed of faculty physicians and family medicine associate physicians (residents) who are training to specialize as family medicine doctors. As an academic teaching center for residents, it is our job to keep up with all the new advances and developments in medicine – bringing you the best care.
Associate physicians work closely with faculty physicians and confer with team members regularly to provide comprehensive care for their patients. During your office visits, you will be seen by either your selected primary care physician or one of the team physicians − if your physician is unavailable. In addition, between office visits, you will be able to communicate via MyChart with the office/support staff to ask questions or receive clarification on health care issues.
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