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Family Medicine

Caring for your family at every stage of life.

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When it comes to your family's health, we know you're looking for expertise provided within a supportive and comfortable environment. Our physicians of UF Health Family Medicine are those caring experts. They are accomplished professionals who offer the entire spectrum of primary care services — pediatrics, adult medicine, geriatrics, prenatal care and palliative medicine — at 28 convenient locations throughout Northeast Florida and Southeast Georgia.

Family Medicine: Why choose UF Health?

Our physicians offer our patients exceptional training and knowledge. As faculty affiliated with the University of Florida Department of Community Health and Family Medicine in Jacksonville, our experts span multiple medical specialties and subspecialties, including family medicine, internal medicine, pediatrics, geriatrics, palliative medicine and sports medicine.

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Interested in a virtual visit?

Most UF Health Family Medicine providers offer established UF Health patients telemedicine appointments via computer, tablet or smartphone. Patients may conveniently access their physician or provider from home, office or any location with internet access.

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