Patient-Centered Primary Care Clinic

The Emory Patient-Centered Primary Care Clinic is a practice that aims to improve the overall health care experience by creating a new care model that emphasizes personalized, evidence-based medicine and greater coordination of care. Our program features include:

  • Partnership with the patient and their family
  • Personalized care based on each patient’s individual needs
  • Comprehensive, team-based care to meet the patient's physical and mental health care needs, including prevention and wellness, acute care and chronic care
  • Coordinated care between providers, specialists and other healthcare settings such as the emergency room
  • Enhanced access to care by telephone, secure email and same-day or next-day appointments

What we do

We are a team of healthcare professionals devoted to providing general healthcare needs, including the following:

  • Annual physical (or preventive) exams
  • Caring for you when you are sick
  • Helping you take care of any ongoing and complex illnesses such as diabetes and high blood pressure
  • Focusing on prevention of illness
  • Coordinating your care to keep you healthy

How to join

Eligible patients* may enroll in the program by calling 404-778-2050 or by completing our online interest form.

*At this time eligible patients include Emory employees and their adult family members covered under Emory’s self-insurance program administered by Aetna, as well as Aetna Medicare Advantage HMO/PPO members.

If you don’t meet our pilot program criteria, but are looking for a primary care physician at Emory, please call Emory HealthConnection℠ at 404-778-7777.

If you don’t meet our pilot program criteria, but are looking for a primary care physician at Emory, please call Emory HealthConnection℠ at 404-778-7777.