If you’ve ever needed allergy medications, a permanent solution is easier & faster than you think. At RightCare Family Practice in Gallatin, TN, we use a minimally invasive allergy testing & treatment plan for 58 of the most common allergens, plus you get the benefit of working with a fully qualified family practice who is well versed in your medical needs and history.
If you need urgent care during normal business hours, your primary care physician is the best place to start when you’re sick or hurt. If RightCare Family Practice is your primary care provider, then you’re already in the right place. Your PCP will know your health history, including any underlying conditions you may have. When you visit your doctor for an illness or injury, they can make informed choices about your treatment and necessary tests. And many primary care doctors have evening and weekend hours to accommodate busy schedules.
The convenience of our hours and the expansive knowledge of our staff have helped RightCare Family Practice develop into a leading walk-in clinic for residents and visitors to Gallatin and Hendersonville, TN. Our combined team of Nurse Practitioners and experienced Physicians allows us to see patients with a tremendous variety of ailments while helping them avoid the chaos and commonly long waits found at urgent care or in the ER.
What Is Family Care?
Family care is the medical specialty which provides comprehensive and continuous health care services for individuals and entire family units. As a leading Hendersonville family care physician, RightCare specializes in a tremendous breadth of services which integrates biological, clinical, and behavioral medical sciences. The scope of family care encompasses all ages, sexes, organ systems, and every disease entity. The team at RightCare Family Practice includes family physicians, physician’s assistants, and family nurse practitioners.
The concept of a Family Medicine Center was first introduced by the American Academy of Pediatrics. At the time of its initial introduction, the AAP defined the medical home as the center of a child’s medical records. At the time, the care of children with special health care needs was the primary focus of the medical home concept. Over time, however, the definition of the medical home has evolved to reflect changing needs and perspectives in health care. The model which we follow is greatly expanded to incorporate comprehensive primary care to children, adolescents, and adults.