Gifford Primary Care in Randolph provides care for the whole family, including pediatrics, family medicine, and internal medicine.
Committed to high-quality, patient-centered care, providers and staff work together to care for patients’ routine and acute health care needs, including:
- Annual physicals
- Well-woman care
- Well-child visits and sports physicals
- Sick visits
- Care for special needs
- Management of chronic diseases
- Medication management
- Care coordination
- Blood work
- Minor procedures
Gifford’s family and internal medicine practices are located within the main medical center in the Levesque Medical Office Building. Gifford Pediatrics is at the corner of South Main and Maple streets.
Why do I need a primary care provider?
Primary care providers are at the forefront of your care. Your primary care provider establishes a relationship with you that can last years, sometimes even a lifetime. Over the course of that relationship, your primary care provider learns your health history, health habits and personality. Even if you’re healthy now, that knowledge will help you and your doctor detect changes from year to year, provide appropriate preventative and interventional care, and help keep you healthier as you age.
Your primary care provider is your first line of defense, an educational resource, and your partner in maintaining your best quality of life.
To find a Gifford primary care provider just right for you, visit the Find a Provider section of this site.
Who’s right for you? What do all those initials mean?
To help you choose the right provider, here are descriptions of some of the provider types Gifford offers.
If you need help accessing, or have questions about, medical and community resources, call the Blueprint Community Health Team at (802) 728-7710.
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Gifford Primary Care is a recognized Patient-Centered Medical Home, Federally Qualified Health Center and part of Gifford Health Care.