The family medicine doctor, or family physician, is the doctor who specializes in family medicine.

It’s the doctor in charge of getting your child vaccinated, the vaccinations, the testing, the treatment of a child who’s had a stroke or is suffering from some other medical problem.

It can also be the primary caregiver for the elderly, or someone with limited income.

The family medicine physician is not the only doctor in your family.

The primary caregivers are also the primary care providers.

But you also have other primary care doctors, primary care nurses, and primary care specialists in your community who may be able to treat you for a medical condition.

They can also refer you to another primary care doctor, primary caregimmer, or primary care specialist for further testing.

Here are some things you should know about the family medicine doctors.

What are family medicine physicians?

Family medicine physicians (FMPs) are medical doctors who specialize in family practice.

They are doctors who have a particular specialty and specialize in a specific area of family medicine and are usually specialists in one of the following:Diseases of the nervous system (such as multiple sclerosis, multiple sclerosis syndrome, multiple-system disease)Gastrointestinal disorders (such a ulcerative colitis, ulceration of the stomach, or ulcer disease)Hemorrhagic heart disease(HAD) and other circulatory disorders (also known as cardiac disease, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, congestive heart failure, or COPD)Infectious diseases (such colitis or meningitis) and chronic pain syndromes (such arthritis and other musculoskeletal disorders)Anesthesiology, orthopedics, and emergency medicineFMP specialists are licensed in California and other states.FMP practices can be found in hospitals, day care centers, day schools, churches, schools, and other public places.

In addition, FMP practices are licensed by health departments in some states.

You can find more information about family medicine practice licensing in your state by visiting the California Health Care Professional Licensing and Regulatory Division website.

What can I expect from a family medicine family doctor?

Family doctors will:Call you by name and by phone number, not by your first name.

Ask you about any medical conditions or medical conditions that you have, including:The most common medical conditions a family doctor can treat include:Cancers of the brain, spine, and nervous systemFrequent miscarriages and stillbirthsA child with asthmaA child who has had a concussionA child diagnosed with a developmental delayA child whose parents or caregivers are under the age of 65Family doctors may also refer to you if you have:Any medical conditions in your children that can affect your ability to perform your primary duties as a family physicianA list of other family physicians that may be willing to perform tests and treatments for you, such as:Other health problems in your household that you may have include:Headaches, migraines, and sleep disordersA heart attack that occurs within the past two weeksIf you have any of these conditions and you have a doctor in California who is also licensed as a physician, the family doctor will refer you for testing and treatment.

You may also have questions about family care and caregiving.

You may also need to ask questions or talk with a family member to discuss your family medical care.

If you or someone you know needs family care, call the California family medical assistance line at 800-FAMILY.

The line is staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Contact the family physician directly if you need more information or have any questions.