You might have a car guy and an electrical guy, but what about a health guy (or woman)? Seeing a primary care provider means you'll have a go-to health guy when you need one.
Your primary care provider—typically an internal medicine or family practice doctor—can lead you to specialist care when you need it. So make sure to give them a call
every year or two. Get together, have a checkup, and know you've maintained that relationship for when you need it.
This is the place for routine care, and to address your concerns.
Get checked out
How your plan covers contraceptives, STDs, fertility, and erectile dysfunction.
Know what to do in case of injury or emergency.
Decision aids help you weigh your medical options.
Get information on what’s recommended and how it’s covered for all members of the family.