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Family Practice
General Practitioner (GP), Family Practitioner (FP), Primary Care
Physicians and Surgeons M.D. Guide
San Rafael,  Marin County, San Francisco North Bay, Ca. USA 94901, 94903

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A general practitioner (GP), family physician or family practitioner (FP) is a physician / medical doctor who provides

primary care. A GP/FP treats acute and chronic illnesses, provides preventive care and health education for all ages and both sexes. Some also care for hospitalized patients, do minor surgery and/or obstetrics, where they have hospital privileges. However, in the past, they were required to do much more important surgeries, such as tonsillectomies, hernia repairs, and appendectomies. For instance, it was common for a General Practitioner to operate if a patient had an extremely painful hernia, or an acute appendicitis. Frequently, they will remove minor skin lesions surgically. There has been a steady decrease in family physicians in the last few decades, due to the long work hours and little pay compared to most specialists.




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Brian D Hertz MD
99 Montecillo Rd, San Rafael, CA 415 444-2000

Frederick J Hass MD
750 Las Gallinas Ave # 106, San Rafael, CA 415 479-1771

Preventive Medical Center-Marin
Elson M Haas MD
25 Mitchell Blvd # 8, San Rafael, CA 415 472-2343

Terra Linda Medical Group
Frances Palmigiano - Charles C Palmigiano MD
920 Northgate Dr # 6, San Rafael, CA 415 479-1022
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In the United States, a general practitioner has completed the one-year internship required to obtain a medical license, after having received at least an undergraduate Baccalaureate degree and a four-year M.D. Doctor of Medicine or a D.O. Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree. A physician who specializes in family medicine (also known as a family physician), however, has completed a three-year family medicine residency in addition to the undergraduate and doctoral studies, and is eligible for the board certification now required by most hospitals and health plans.
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