Your Partner in Health

Care and guidance you can trust in the Danville area to help you and your family get healthy and stay that way.

A primary care provider (PCP) can help guide you through your health care journey – whether it’s getting preventive care such as annual checkups and immunizations to stay healthy or referrals to specialists if needed.

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What Can Primary Care Do For Me?

Our knowledgeable, highly skilled PCPs help to diagnose and treat both sudden and chronic illnesses. You’ll receive help managing long-term conditions like asthma, COPD or diabetes. If needed, your care team can coordinate follow-up care with a specialist and stay connected through the use of electronic medical records, making your health care journey feel seamless.

While a PCP can see you when you’re sick, they also play a key role in keeping you healthy. Together, you can develop a preventive care plan and access tools for healthy living, disease prevention and health education.

Regardless of your specific health needs, you’ll have a trusted resource who is committed to helping you every step of the way.

Services You Can Expect

I have no health concerns, so what can primary care do for me?

Our knowledgeable, highly-skilled PCPs help to diagnose and treat unexpected illnesses or injuries. If needed, your care team can coordinate follow-up care with a specialist and stay connected through the use of electronic medical records, making your health care journey feel seamless.

And while a PCP can see you when you’re sick, they also play a key role in keeping you healthy. Together, you can develop a preventive care plan and access tools for healthy living, disease prevention and health education.

Regardless of your specific health needs, you’ll have a trusted resource who is committed to helping you every step of the way.

Services You Can Expect

I can manage my health on my own. Why would I need a relationship with a PCP?

While there are several places to seek care when you’re sick, a PCP plays a key role in keeping you healthy. Together, you can develop a preventive care plan and access tools for healthy living, disease prevention and health education.

Our knowledgeable, highly-skilled PCPs also help to diagnose and treat both sudden and chronic illnesses. You’ll receive help managing long-term conditions like asthma, COPD or diabetes, if needed. Plus, your care team can coordinate follow-up care with a specialist and stay connected through the use of electronic medical records, making your health care journey feel seamless.

Regardless of your specific health needs, you’ll have a trusted resource who is committed to helping you every step of the way.

Services You Can Expect

I haven't seen my PCP in a while, but I feel fine. Why would I need to see them more often?

While it’s easy to think of a PCP as someone who simply cares for you when you’re sick, they also play a key role in keeping you healthy. Together, you can develop a preventive care plan and access tools for healthy living, disease prevention and health education. By staying in touch regularly, your provider can make sure you’re taking care of the essentials.

And if an unexpected illness or injury does come your way, rely on our knowledgeable, highly-skilled PCPs to diagnose and treat it. Your care team can review your health history and coordinate additional care, if needed, through the use of electronic medical records, making your health care journey feel seamless.

Regardless of your specific needs, your PCP is committed to being your trusted partner in the management of your long-term health.

Services You Can Expect

I can manage my health on my own. Why do I need a primary care provider?

While there are several places to seek care when you’re sick, a PCP plays a key role in keeping you healthy. Together, you can develop a preventive care plan and access tools for healthy living, disease prevention and health education.

When you have a PCP, you have a partner who will connect you to the care you need. Our knowledgeable, highly-skilled PCPs also help to diagnose and manage long-term conditions like diabetes by monitoring A1C scores and helping you stay as active and healthy as possible. Your PCP may also refer you to one of several specialists, such as an endocrinologist, diabetes educator or dietician.

Regardless of your specific health needs, you’ll have a trusted resource who is committed to helping you every step of the way.

Services You Can Expect

Smarter Care to Fit Your Life

With a suite of innovative tools and technology designed to help you proactively manage your health, OSF makes health care easier for you.

Your safety comes first

When you come to OSF for care, you can rest assured we are doing everything we can to keep you safe and healthy, especially during times of increased community risk, such as the COVID-19 pandemic.

We follow guidelines from state and federal public health agencies to ensure we are doing everything we can to provide safe, quality care in all of our facilities. That means all patients, visitors and staff members - regardless of vaccination status - must wear a mask in patient care areas until further notice. Thank you for your cooperation.