Anderson Primary Care

(513) 231-3345 or (513) 636-3404 After Hours Answering Service:

Hours of Operation:

Monday 9AM- 5:00PM
Tuesday 9AM- 5:00PM
Wednesday 9AM- 5:00PM
Thursday 9AM- 5:00PM
Friday 9AM - 4:00PM
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, temporary reduced hours now in effect, with no acute care clinic or Saturday hours temporarily. 

Staff are available to answer phones beginning at 8:00 AM M-F.

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One family.
One home for
all your needs.

We are a patient-centered, family-focused medical practice dedicated to the health and wellness of the patients and communities we serve. We believe in long-term provider-patient relationships, so that every child has a primary health care provider who knows their complete medical history. We listen to your child’s needs and concerns, understand your child’s strengths, develop a care plan with your family, if needed, and respect your culture, traditions, and beliefs. The relationship between your family, your provider, and the care team (clinical staff) is the driving force to make us one family, one home for all your medical needs.

For the best outcome,
you can count on us to:

Work with your family and outside providers to effectively coordinate your child’s health care.

Listen, offer evidence-based health education and support self-management.

Describe diseases, treatments, medications and results in an easy-to-understand way.

Keep treatments, discussions, and medical records private as required by law.

Explain how to obtain care and clinical advice during and after office hours.

Provide quality health care to all patients regardless of source of payment, as well as information about how to obtain healthcare coverage if needed.

Respect you and your child as individuals and partners in care.

End every visit with clear instructions about expectations, treatment goals, and future plans.

For the best care,
we count on you to:

Ask questions, share your feelings, and be an active participant in your child’s healthcare.

Be honest about medical history, symptoms, and other important health information.

Follow the plan you and your provider have created and let us know when you cannot.

Make healthy decisions about daily habits and lifestyle.

Prepare for and keep scheduled visits.

Call our office first with any problems.

Partner with us in your child's care.

End every visit with a clear understanding of your provider’s expectations, treatment goals, and future plans.

Preparing for your appointment:

In order to make your transition into our practice quicker and smoother, we ask that you review the checklist below:

New patients should arrive 20 minutes before their scheduled appointment time to check in and complete any paperwork. Established patients with changes in insurance or other information should also arrive 20 minutes prior to their appointment.

Bring identification, such as a driver's license, and a current copy of the insurance card that covers your child.

Schedule appointments around nap times, bring a toy or snack to keep him/ her busy and give a dose of pain reliever if you know there will be immunizations given. Write down any questions or concerns you may have. Also, having something to write down the provider's instructions or advice during your visit will help you remember later.

Bring a list of all medications your child is taking, including over-the-counter medications and supplements/ vitamins.

Bring a copy of your child's immunization record, previous medical records, and forms you need to have completed by the provider.