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primary care physician

primary care physician in Medicine

primary care physician n.
Abbr. PCP
A physician, such as a general practioner or internist, chosen by an individual to serve as his or her health-care professional and capable of handling a variety of health-related problems, of keeping a medical history and medical records on the individual, and of referring the person to specialists as needed.

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