Indiana University Health Ball Memorial Physicians, Inc., Muncie, Indiana: Deliver Endocrinology medical services to patients through the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of diseases, ailments, and disabilities in a clinical and hospital setting with no restrictions or limitations; Reqs: Medical Degree (M.D.) degree or foreign equivalent; Internal Medicine residency; Endocrinology Fellowship; eligibility for or possession of Indiana medical license; (BC/BE) in Endocrinology.
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A primary care physician (PCP) plays a critical role in the health of you and your family.
They get to know you and are trusted advisors who answer your most important healthcare questions.
You might need protection from flu season, an annual physical, or symptoms that need treatment. Regular visits to your family doctor offer the best prevention and care for your health needs.
Our Approach to Primary Care
At IU Health, you’ll find the most skilled network of primary care physicians in Indiana. Our primary care doctors focus on:
- Family medicine
- Internal medicine
- Sports medicine
- Pediatrics (in partnership with Riley Children's Health)
- Women’s health
They are the doctors you turn to when you need them most.
We provide coordinated care and treatment for you. We're backed by the extensive resources and technology of the IU Health community. This allows us to be your family’s partners in health.
If you need an annual checkup or are feeling unwell, the fastest and best option is your primary care doctor. Here's why:
- They know your family health history
- They have access to and can update your medical records
- They keep track of immunizations
- They manage medications
- They know you best when it comes to what symptoms may need special care.
For most medical needs, your primary care doctor is the best medical professional to treat you and your family. If you need specialized care, you’ll be referred to a specialist. The specialist will keep your primary care doctor updated on your care and treatment.
Your primary care physician is the most important professional resource for your care. He or she can save your life before you know you need help.