For most patients, yes. Primary Care At Home PCP’s (Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, Physician Assistants) care for elderly and other adult complex patients in the privacy and comfort of their home, and will typically act as your primary doctor.

For transitional patients who are unable to see their regular PCP within 14 days after being discharged from a hospital or a skilled nursing facility, Primary Care At Home can treat the patient and avoid unnecessary readmission to the hospital until the patient is strong and healthy enough to return to their regular PCP.