Did you know that nearly 90 percent of patients with diabetes never see an endocrinologist? Or that almost 500 babies are delivered per year at Michigan Medicine by physicians other than obstetricians?
Indeed, most of those patients are seen and treated by faculty members in the Department of Family Medicine, a one-stop shop for health care services across the lifespan, from birth until death.
In honor of National Primary Care Week, here’s a closer look at one of the departments providing primary care at Michigan Medicine — and why the team is so important.
Read the full article in Michigan Medicine Headlines.