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Primary Care

More than an appointment, a relationship

Overview

Overview

When you live on a remote island, you look out for each other. No one feels the weight of this responsibility more than Nantucket Cottage Hospital’s primary care teams of physicians, nurse practitioners, practice managers and staff. They are the orchestra leaders of your health and well-being. They’ll take care of all your routine needs such as annual physicals, vaccines and common health issues. If you need specialized care, they will collaborate with the appropriate on or off-island physician or clinician. Primary care services at Nantucket Cottage Hospital are provided by the Massachusetts General Physicians Organization through the Nantucket Cottage Medical Group, as well as through local primary care physicians.

Whether you are younger or older. Whether you are in fine health or have a chronic issue. Whether you live here year-round or part time, Nantucket Cottage Hospital’s primary care physicians work with you, and each other, to keep you healthy and well.

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Meet our Team

Meet our Team

Treatment Programs

Treatment Programs

  • Physical exams, tests and screenings
  • Vaccines and travel immunizations
  • Common illnesses and issues such as flu and infections
  • Management of common conditions such as high blood pressure, diabetes, asthma, allergies
  • Diagnostic services
  • Geriatric medicine
  • Coordination of all your specialized needs including all forms of physical and psychiatric care
Request an Appointment

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Spotlight

Timothy J. Lepore, MD, FACS

Longtime NCH physician and surgeon Dr. Tim Lepore is recognized as one of the foremost experts in the field of tick borne disease research, and has published numerous articles with researchers from the Harvard Public School of Health, Tufts University School of Medicine and the Yale School of Public Health. Learn how to protect yourself, family and pets from tick borne diseases in this video produced by the Nantucket Board of Health. As Dr. Lepore says, "protection and prevention are always cheaper and easier than treatment."

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