That includes finding the right primary care provider for your family for all those coughs and aches your kids might have, as well as the big medical questions you want answered. Establishing a relationship with a primary care provider can be important for your own health, too—because you need more than an OB-GYN. A primary care provider can help make sure you are on track for all your necessary health screenings and discuss any other concerns you might have.
Connecting with a primary care provider today brings peace of mind for all the ones you love and for all of life’s journeys. We make it easy to get started with same-day appointments, extended hours and video visits.
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Women in the U.S. make approximately 80% of the healthcare decisions for their families, according to the Department of Labor.
Women make up a majority of family caregivers, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Mothers report that they are usually the ones taking their children to doctor’s appointments, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation.
Studies show women are twice as likely to develop autoimmune diseases as men. Learn more about the risk factors.
We break down which screenings are necessary, when to prioritize them and why they’re important to women’s health.