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Primary care doctor

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Description of Primary care doctor

Primary care doctor: A doctor who manages a person's health care over time. A primary care doctor is able to give a wide range of care, including prevention and treatment, can discuss cancer treatment choices, and can refer a patient to a specialist.
Source: National Institute of Health

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