Family care

Personalized primary care for patients of all ages

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Our team of neighborhood family providers is here to support every step of your health and wellness journey, through both in person and Virtual Visits. From infants to adults, we treat the whole person for a complete approach to healthcare – focusing on physical health and everything else that goes with it.

Why family medicine?

When you choose a family medicine provider for your primary care needs, you get a medical partner for every stage of life – someone who sees the full picture of your health and the emotional, behavioral, and mental factors that impact it. Our family medicine providers offer comprehensive, continuous healthcare for all stages of your care journey.

Preventative care services

Associates in Family Medicine strongly believes that good health begins with good preventative care. We’ve seen that it’s better to prevent illness and injury whenever possible, rather than focusing solely on curing patients or treating their symptoms. We recommend the following preventive care for families.


  • All vaccinations, as recommended by American Academy of Family Practice
  • Well child exams at age 2 mos., 4 mos., 6 mos., 9 mos., 12 mos., 15 mos., 18 mos., and 2 years
  • Well child exams yearly until age 18


Ages 18-24:
  • Annual exam, which may include pap smear
  • Screening for infectious disease
Ages 25-50:
  • Annual exam, which may include pap smear
  • Assessment of disease risks
  • Preventive care, which may include lab work or mammography


Up to age 35:
  • Physical exam every 3-5 years
  • Assessment of disease risks and preventive care
Ages 36-50:
  • Physical exam every 2-3 years
  • Baseline blood work

All adults

Over age 50:
  • Annual physical exam
  • Screening for colon cancer per current recommendations
  • Bone density test for women by age 65
  • Abdominal aortic aneurysm screening for men by age 65 if history of smoking
  • Immunizations for pneumonia, influenza, and tetanus
  • Assessment of disease risks
  • Preventive care, which may include lab work or mammography

Additional senior services

  • In-house osteoporosis screening
  • Hypertension monitoring
  • Diabetic care
  • Cardiac stress testing
  • Providers who specialize in caring for seniors

Primary care vs. urgent care

When should you see your primary care provider vs. visiting an urgent care clinic? Make an informed decision about where to go for care. And of course, call 911 or visit the nearest emergency room immediately if you’re experiencing a severe or life-threatening illness, major trauma, or injury such as chest pain, severe abdominal pain, head trauma, loss of consciousness, or uncontrolled bleeding.


Primary care

Schedule a weekday appointment with your primary care provider for preventative or routine care.

  • Wellness screenings
  • Immunizations
  • Chronic conditions
  • Minor aches, pains, & illnesses

Urgent care

Visit an urgent care clinic for after-hours treatment of non-life-threatening illnesses and injuries.

  • Fevers, colds, earaches, minor infections, & flu
  • Sprains, strains, & minor broken bones
  • Small cuts, bruises, or burns

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Horsetooth Office

Lemay Office

West Office

Timberline Office

South Office

Windsor Office

Foxtrail Office

Harmony Office

Find a family care provider

Meet our neighborhood family medicine providers, and choose one that best meets your needs, goals, location, and personality.

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