Colonial Healthcare

Family Practice

Family Practice Is the Core of Colonial Healthcare

The majority of our primary care providers specialize in family medicine, caring for children and adults, including babies and seniors, who are hurt or sick. We also encourage you to visit us when you are not sick, so we can help you stay healthy all year long. Our goal is to develop and maintain a long-term relationship with you and your family.

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Family Medicine
Family Medical Services

Family Medical Services

Medical services provided by our family care providers include sports and school physicals, routine health screenings, and a variety of in-office procedures. Some of the most common services we perform are listed here.

Visit our patient education library to learn more about specific conditions and treatments.

Patient-Centered Medical Home

As a Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH), Colonial Healthcare is dedicated to helping you get the most out of your healthcare plan. We build relationships with every patient and utilize the most advanced technology and evidence-based medical practices to deliver excellent patient care at an affordable price. Our doctors provide preventive medicine and dozens of resources to educate you about your condition and empower you to manage your own health.

Patient-Centered Medical Home

Same-Day Appointments Available

When you need medical attention, Colonial Family Practice should be your first call. With more than a dozen primary care providers in five offices – three in Sumter, one in Columbia, one in Manning, one in Summerton, and one in Johns Island – we can offer a same-day appointment for most illnesses or injuries. In addition, we offer on-site diagnostic testing and urgent care (with extended hours 7 days a week) in both Sumter and Columbia.

Call us today for an appointment at one of our convenient family practice offices, or you can use our online appointment request form.