Growth of the seniors’ population – those aged 65 and older – is increasing at an unprecedented rate. The number of US older adults is projected to increase from 56 million in 2020 to 94.7 million in 2060, highlighting the need for quality, reliable clinical and home care. A recent update in services at Florida’s Primary Medical Care Center is designed to meet the needs of today’s seniors, helping them take control of their health by building personalized case management plans they and their families can turn to as needed.

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Today’s seniors are living longer, and therefore present a diverse range of medical conditions and geriatric syndromes. Updated services at Primary Medical Care Center now include comprehensive natural, preventive, physical, therapeutic and home health services, along with a range of diagnostics, medical treatments, and nutrition plans designed to stave off frailty and prolong resilience.

The US physician sees 2,300 patients annually, making it difficult to offer the extended one-on-one time their patients need. When seniors are denied attentive consultations with their doctors, less obvious conditions such as depression or deteriorating cognition risk going unnoticed.

Experts at Primary Medical Care Center say dedicated one-on-one time is crucial to developing optimized and customized health and wellness plans.

They also emphasize the need for policymakers, family members, and members of society to dispense with preconceived ageist generalizations that can lead to limiting and even discriminatory assumptions. The center offers a skilled seniors’ nursing team on either a full and part-time care dependant upon their patients’ personal conditions and symptoms, and out of respect for their individual preferences.

Other services at Primary Medical Care Center include door-to-door transportation, cardiology treatments, massage therapy and acupuncture, physical and occupational therapies, and in-house dental, along with a library of health resources and a range of accepted insurance plans.

A spokesperson for Primary Medical Care Center says, “Every senior we take in is a person with individualized needs and wants, and our physicians are deeply aware of that. We strive to offer best-in-class service and treatments based on a patient-centric philosophy.”

By adopting a multi-pronged approach to seniors’ health and wellness, the medical experts at Primary Medical Care Center are successfully helping a growing segment of the population maintain an active and enjoyable life.

Learn more at

Primary Medical Care Center

11500 NW 7th Ave

United States

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