See A Primary Care Doctor
Fill out the form below or call (877) 204-6586 to schedule an appointment! We will contact you shortly to set up an appointment so you can tour the center and meet the care team.
Get access to the care you need.
Experience the Oak Street Health difference, and see what it’s like to be treated by a care team who are experts at caring for older adults.
- Choice of phone, video, or in-person visits
- 24⁄7 support line for around the clock care
- Rides to and from center appointments*
- Help navigating Medicare benefits
- Preventative care plans to meet your health goals
- Connected to trusted insurance agents
*Transportation to and from Oak Street Health appointments for eligible individuals.
Preventative care is our specialty.
- Annual Physicals
- Preventive care and planning
- Pain management
- Chronic disease
- Nutrition and weight loss advice
- Memory disorders
Become a patient
Primary care doctor expertise for patients’ needs.
While our patients tend to be older adults, a doctor who specializes in Family Medicine is able to treat people of all ages, with an emphasis on disease prevention and health promotion.
Doctors who specialize in Internal Medicine have a background in handling chronic illnesses such as: heart disease, diabetes and obesity. Diseases which are prevalent in many of the communities we serve.
A Geriatric doctor specializes in treating older patients who have multiple health problems or complex conditions such as: dementia, incontinence, or osteoporosis.
In-center specialties that help serve you better.
Behavioral Health - A Behavioral Health therapist specializes in psychology, psychiatry, mental health counseling, behavioral therapy, or social work. These professionals provide counseling to patients dealing with challenges like anxiety, physical limitations or mental illness.
Podiatry - A Podiatrist focuses on the foot, ankle and structural areas of the lower leg, with emphasis on surgery, sports medicine, wound care, and diabetic care. Many patients find this service to be important in their care.