Primary care is an important part of your overall health and wellness, and seeing your primary care provider regularly can ensure you stay healthy and active in your daily life.
So, what is primary care?
Primary care services include promoting and supporting your overall health, administering preventive care services, counseling and educating you on health-related issues, and diagnosing and treating illnesses. Your primary care provider is your go-to resource for day-to-day health. They can also help you identify health conditions you may not have been aware of and manage those conditions through ongoing care.
Iora with One Medical is a doctor’s office that provides relationship-based care designed specifically for adults on Medicare. In order to help you thrive in every aspect of your life, our healthcare team and providers are committed to a comprehensive approach to your health — working together to listen, support, and find the best treatment plan for you. Through coordinated care and flexible care options, your health is always our top priority.
Iora’s Primary Care Services
Preventive Care Services
Preventive care at Iora is meant to keep you and your doctor informed and proactive about your health. As your primary care provider, we offer these healthcare services to help identify health issues early on and develop a treatment plan together. Preventive care services offered at Iora with One Medical include but are not limited to:
- Annual wellness exams
- On-site labs
- Medication reviews
Viral Disease Testing
- Hepatitis C
Preventive screenings, including, but not limited to:
- Non-invasive Colon Cancer tests
- Kidney Disease
- Pap Smears
Acute Condition Treatment
Acute conditions come on suddenly and can escalate rapidly. Staying in communication with your primary care provider can help you identify and treat these conditions quickly, so they don’t escalate into something more serious. The most common acute conditions treated by Iora with One Medical include:
- Allergic reactions
- Cold & Influenza (Flu)
Chronic Condition Management
Alternatively, chronic conditions persist for longer periods of time and can be managed to keep you as healthy and active as possible despite the disease. Your primary care provider can help you address these conditions through diagnosis, treatment, and management to ensure you are thriving in your daily life. The most common chronic conditions treated by Iora with One Medical include:
- Diabetes Management & Pre-Diabetes
- Alzheimers & Dementia
- High Cholesterol
- Arthritis & Joint Pain
- Back pain
- Thyroid Disorders
- Complex Care Management
- Chronic Kidney Disease
- Heartburn (GERD)
- Emphysema & COPD Management
Heart & Vascular Diseases:
- Heart Disease
- Peripheral Artery Disease
Now more than ever, it’s important to have access to virtual care options, such as phone or video conferencing. Our telehealth services provide ways for you to stay healthy and stay connected with your primary care provider from the safety and comfort of your home. Some of the primary care services that Iora patients can access virtually include:
- Virtual appointments
- Virtual exercise classes
- Virtual health and wellness classes
Behavioral Health Consultation
As you get older, you may notice some changes in your behavioral health, such as poor sleep, changes in your appetite, and shifts in your mood. These health conditions are common in people ages 65 and older and are treatable.
Whether you’re caring for a loved one, dealing with loss, or coping with a new diagnosis, our behavioral health specialists can help you identify and manage areas of stress in the short-term, or refer you to a therapist for more in-depth counseling services. In addition to preventive care services and chronic condition management, Iora with One Medical can help address behavioral health concerns such as:
- Sleep issues
- Nutrition and weight management
- Mood disorders, such as anxiety & depression
- Coping skills
- Smoking cessation
- Caregiver stress
- Coping with chronic illness/disability
- Life change adjustment counseling
- Stress management and mindfulness
Primary Care FAQs
If you’re an existing Iora Primary Care patient, you can make an appointment by calling the Current Patients phone number on your practice’s location page.
To get started as a new Iora patient, find a location near you and call the Become a Patient phone number to schedule your first appointment. Or, you can fill out the online form below and one of our patient enrollment coordinators will contact you.
Your Iora Primary Care team is a group of healthcare professionals who provide team-based care in order to address every part of your health and wellbeing. We don’t just want to treat your symptoms. We aim to provide a comprehensive approach to your care. Your provider and your Health Coach work together to get to know you and what’s important in your health so you can get the most of your care with us inside and outside of the practice.
All Iora Primary Care practices are open Monday-Friday, and hours vary depending on the day. While we like to reserve a few dedicated hours throughout the week to coordinate with other doctors and specialists, as well as follow up with patients who require additional care, we are still available for our patients from 9 am to 5 pm during weekdays, should you need to give us a call.
Current patients can call their practice at any time. An Iora provider is available 24/7 for current patients via phone. We also offer same and next day appointments for current patients with acute needs.
When preparing for your first primary care visit at Iora, make sure to bring the following health information:
- All of the medications you take (this is preferred to a medication list), including inhalers, injections, supplements and over-the-counter medications
- Any recent doctors’ notes or medical records you have
- The name of your last primary care provider
- Information on a recent hospitalization (if applicable)
- Your insurance card
Iora Primary Care has practices in Arizona, Colorado, Georgia, Massachusetts, North Carolina, Texas and Washington. To learn more about how to become a patient at a practice near you, give us a call to schedule a visit.