A Primary Care Physician, or PCP, provides continuous care for a patient and is responsible for the patient's overall well-being. The PCP should be the patient's first contact when a health concern arises. PCPs are often trained in family practice, internal medicine, pediatrics, or women's health.
In addition to primary care, PCPs often refer to specialists, as necessary, for patients to receive proper treatment. At WCCHC, we strive in having a comprehensive clinic which provides an integrative health model, including dental, behavioral health, substance abuse intervention, as well as native Hawaiian healing.