Welcome to Modern Care Medical Group, Family Practice- your new Primary Care Provider in Lowell/Chelmsford area of Massachusetts.
We look forward to working with you to provide the best possible health care for you and your family. We are redirecting the focus back to you, the patient.
We are located in a newly constructed building close to Drum Hill, intentially located to be close to both Lowell and Chelmsford residents. (Please click for a Map and directions).
At Modern Care Medical Group Family Practice we are passionate about Primary Care. We combine traditional values with the latest technology to optimize our service.
We take our commitment to provide the highest quality, Patient-focused Primary Care Medicine very seriously and will ensure your experience at Modern Care Medical Group Family Practice in Lowell is always as comfortable and efficient as we can make it for you.
We deliver on our commitment through:
- Purpose built facility
- A team committed to service (All our staff speak English, Khmer and Spanish)
- Compassionate High quality care
- Providers committed to Patient Centered Care.
- Support staff committed to assisting patients and providers
- Maintain Patient privacy according to HIPAA rules.
What is a Family Practice Doctor?
A Family Practice Doctor is a doctor who takes care of the whole family. Family Practice doctors create caring relationships with patients and their families. We really want to get to know our patients. We listen to you and help you make the right health care decisions for yourself and your family.
What do Family Practice Doctors?
Family Practice doctors take care of the physical, mental and emotional health of both our patients and our patients' families. We know your family's health history and how it can affect you. We are trained to care for you through all the stages of your life from birth to senior.
Family Practice doctors are trained in all areas of medicine. We can diagnose and treat the full range of problems people usually bring to their doctors. We know when to treat you, and, if necessary, when to bring in another specialist you can trust.
What kind of training do Family Practice Doctors have?
Family Practice doctors know the most current treatments and technologies. At the conclusion of a 4 year Medical University Degree. we train for 3 years in real practice settings, treating patients in the office, the hospital and at home. And we have to re-certify more than any other medical specialty. Family Practice doctors also must continue to attend Continuous Medical Education programs to stay current with all areas of Family Medicine. This allows us to apply the latest medical breakthroughs to the everyday care of our patients.
Why should I see my Family Practice Doctor when I am not sick?
Family Practice doctors are specially trained in preventive medicine. We believe that preventing a health problem is better than having to overcome one. We help you make the right health choices to keep you and your family healthy.