About Hometown Care for the Entire Family
Hometown Care for the Entire Family
At Nature Coast Center for Primary Care, our family doctors focus on accessible, total health care for individuals and families, serving age’s newborn and up. Our doctors and team provide the highest quality primary care services to men, women and children of any medical background. They have the clinical experience and expertise to assure patients receive the best treatment possible.
We have four office locations to serve the growing communities in Hernando and Citrus County, including Brooksville, Weeki Wachee, Spring Hill, Homosassa, Inverness, Citrus Springs, and Crystal River
Dedicated to helping your family
It is our goal to provide every patient with quality care and compassion. We know you have a choice when it comes to your healthcare and are thankful that you chose our family practice. We are dedicated to providing our patients with the best healthcare experience. We strive to exceed your expectations by putting you and your healthcare needs first. Here you will be treated like family.
A teaching practice
Nature Coast Center for Primary Care is a teaching practice with medical doctors completing their family medicine residency program at Oak Hill Hospital. Oak Hill Hospital has been a teaching hospital since 2014 and currently has residency programs in internal medicine, family medicine, emergency medicine, anesthesiology, general surgery (integrated teaching site), podiatric medicine and surgery residency with reconstructive rear foot ankle surgery, and transitional year. It also boasts a geriatric fellowship program. The teaching program also includes medical students completing rotations prior to graduating medical school.
What are the advantages of a teaching practice?
- Teaching faculty must stay current with changes and improvements in medicine.
- Should you be admitted to Oak Hill Hospital, a team of our doctors will care for you and will discuss the best treatment options available?
- A family medicine doctor is available to care for you in the hospital 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
In a teaching practice you will see a family medicine resident during your visit. The resident consults with the attending doctor prior to the end of your visit. If necessary, you may also see the attending doctor before your visit concludes. The attending doctor is the doctor in charge and is ultimately responsible for your care. To learn more about residents, visit OakHillHospital.com/GME.