Primary Care Provider | UnityPoint Clinic - Dubuque
Dubuque Hospital

Your Partner in Health

At UnityPoint Clinic in Dubuque, our primary care providers specialize in family medicine and women's health needs.  With our family medicine clinics available in Cascade, Peosta, and Dubuque, this team of primary care providers  are here for your healthcare needs.   

What does a Primary Care Provider do? 

Your primary care provider works with you to provide the quality, coordinated care needed to keep you at your healthiest.  With a common goal of helping you live well, maintaining a healthy lifestyle, and preventing unnecessary life problems – regular visits to your UnityPoint Clinic primary care provider help you reach preventative healthcare goals.  Our dedication towards coordinated healthcare helps you maintain your good health throughout the year, so that needing to visit a healthcare provider during your lowest feeling moment is no longer a part of your routine.

Coordinated Care by your Primary Care Provider

Whether a doctor, physician assistant, or nurse practitioner, your primary care provider stays in tune with every aspect of your care; providing you with the quality, coordinated care both you and your family deserve.  If your health leads you down the path of visiting a clinic, home care, or requires you to visit a hospital, your primary care provider is the one constant throughout your journey – coordinating your care in ways that lead to best outcomes, every time.  Coordinating your care across every healthcare level and specializing in many areas, your primary care provider is extremely knowledgeable about a variety of healthcare needs, including areas like family medicine and women's health.  

In the event that you need to see a specialist, your primary care provider is there to help coordinate the quality care you deserve, every step of the way.  However, of all the areas a primary care provider is knowledgeable in, they are the most expert about you – your health history, the surgeries you've had, and the medications you take.  They are here to coordinate your care from birth to end of life, and develop a relationship with you as the health care provider you trust with  your health.