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Primary Care (Internal Medicine)

Overview

The Division of Internal Medicine and Adult Primary Care at Tufts Medical Center offers comprehensive evaluation, consultation and medical management for all diseases within internal medicine for adults. We not only provide care for adults who are hospitalized, but also have exceptional primary care offices in Boston, Framingham and Quincy.

Our clinical strength is enhanced by our strong commitment to research and training. We encourage referrals of complex diagnostic and treatment problems in internal medicine, and our physicians are available for patient consults with other institutions.

Practices within the Division of General Internal Medicine include:

Primary Care

The adult primary care practice at Tufts Medical Center and is committed to disease prevention, treatment and health maintenance, and to providing patients with world-class care. Our team facilitates and coordinates care for patients in other specialty areas throughout Tufts Medical Center, making us a "medical home" for all medical needs. With new practices in Framingham and Quincy, we're working hard to build these medical homes centered on our patients, right in their own neighborhoods. 

If you are interested in making a new patient appointment with a Tufts Medical Center primary care physician, please call 617-636-5400 for the Boston office, 508-532-0223 for Framingham and 857-403-4600 for Quincy

Concierge Care at Pratt Diagnostic Center

The Pratt Diagnostic Center (PDC) offers a full range of diagnostic, therapeutic, and health maintenance services tailored specifically for business executives, international patients, and others who are selective in choosing their health care setting.

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