Compassionate Primary Care Providers

Mercer Medicine’s primary care providers are the first line of defense on your wellness journey. Our providers are committed to giving you an excellent patient experience and strive to form long-term relationships with you and your family. Our primary care providers offer comprehensive health maintenance and disease prevention through:

  • Chronic illness management
  • Family medicine
  • Internal medicine
  • Minor procedures
  • Sick visits
  • Annual physicals
  • Wellness checks
  • Health screenings
  • Diagnostic services
  • Immunizations

The Mercer Advantage

When you choose Mercer Medicine, you choose a team of compassionate, experienced medical professionals fully dedicated to your care. If you have a health issue that requires the attention of a medical specialist, we can quickly refer you to one of our in-house departments for further evaluation and treatment. Many specialty services are also available in our rural clinics via telehealth. Our specialties include:

Our connection with Mercer University School of Medicine means your primary care providers are in touch with the latest medical advances and treatment strategies. Many of our providers are also professors and clinical instructors at the university, consistently researching and striving to find new, effective ways to treat patients. You can trust our primary care providers to provide compassionate, quality, and cutting-edge health care to meet your needs.

Primary Care FAQ

What ages of patients do your primary care providers see?

Our primary care providers treat patients ages 12 and up.

What do I need to bring to my first appointment?

We ask that you arrive 15 minutes early to your first appointment with us. Be sure to bring a list of any medications you are taking and past medical conditions or procedures. You can read more on what to expect at your first appointment here.

Do you accept same-day appointments?

In some emergency cases, our providers can make same-day appointments with you. However, it’s recommended you call and schedule an appointment ahead of time to ensure our health care providers can see you in a timely manner.