Primary Care First

Physicians’ Primary Care is participating in a new program to enhance your care, Primary Care First, an innovative healthcare payment program that aims to improve our patients’ care experience by reducing administrative burdens, so our team at Physicians’ Primary Care can spend more time with you.

Giving doctors extra support to help you get better care

Our goal has always been to provide you with the highest quality of care. Through Primary Care First, we will receive additional resources from Medicare and other health insurance companies to help us enhance our work and provide you the best quality, patient-centered care.

More information for patients with traditional Medicare

As part of this program, Medicare will start sharing some of your personal health information with us, such as when you receive care at hospitals, emergency departments, and specialist offices. This will help provide us with a more complete picture of your health and allow us to better coordinate your care.

If you want to stop Medicare from sharing this information, you should call 1-800-MEDICARE (1-800-633-4227). TTY users should call 1-877-486-2048.

Your Medicare benefits are not changing, and this program is only intended to enhance the healthcare you receive at Physicians’ Primary Care . You still have the right to use or visit any doctor or hospital that accepts Medicare, at any time. Your doctor may continue to recommend that you see particular doctors for your specific health needs, but it is always your choice which doctors you use or hospital you visit.


If you have questions or concerns, call your physician’s office or bring it up at your next appointment. For more information about this new Medicare program, please:
• Call 1-800-MEDICARE or
• Visit the Primary Care First webpage at

Physicians’ Primary Care of Southwest Florida Earns National Recognition for Efforts to Improve the Health of its Patients

The American Heart Association and American Medical Association celebrate Physicians’ Primary Care for commitment to prioritizing blood pressure control, cholesterol control and diabetes management.


Physicians’ Primary Care is Recognized as a Patient-Centered Medical Home