Primary care is the daily health care given by a physician. Primary care is usually given by primary care physician, a nurse, or a physician assistant. In some localities such a professional may be a registered nurse, a pharmacist, a clinical officer, or a Ayurvedic or other traditional medicine professional.
Primary care means frontline care, and it can come from doctors (family physicians, internists, or pediatricians), physician assistants, or nurse practitioners. Primary care clinicians are the quarterbacks of patient care. They make sure that their patients and their issues don’t fall through the cracks of our increasingly confusing health care system.
Related journals to Primary Care
Primary Care Journals, Primary Health care, Primary Healthcare: Open Access, Quality in Primary Care, Primary & Acquired Immunodeficiency Research, Education for Primary Care, Family Medicine and Primary Care Review, Informatics in Primary Care, London Journal of Primary Care, Primary Care - Clinics in Office Practice, Primary Care Companion to the Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, Quality in Primary Care.