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Primary Care of Bremen

Primary Care of Bremen is committed to providing quality, caring healthcare services to your entire family. 

Primary Care of Bremen

Primary Care of Bremen is committed to providing quality, caring healthcare services to your entire family.

Focusing on preventive care, Primary Care of Bremen preserves your family’s health, stopping health problems before they develop, managing blood pressure, screening for diabetes and providing men’s wellness and women’s wellness care.

Comprehensive care for the whole family

We use the Patient-centered Medical Home practice model, a team-based, doctor-led approach to care. And as part of Tanner Medical Group, Primary Care of Bremen has access to all the resources of Tanner Health System. 

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Primary Care of Bremen

204 Allen Memorial Drive, Suite 201 | Bremen, GA 30110
Phone: 770-537-6500
Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday

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Events

Diabetes 101 - Webinar
Diabetes 101 - Webinar

Tuesday, April 23, 2024

Diabetes Support Group
Diabetes Support Group

Monday, May 6, 2024

Blogs

Strep Throat: Symptoms and Diagnosis
Strep Throat: Symptoms and Diagnosis

Strep throat is a common bacterial infection that affects the throat and tonsils — and with school back in session, we’ll be seeing more and more cases. Understanding the symptoms and diagnosis of strep throat is essential in preventing complications and ensuring prompt, proper treatment.

What to Do About Recurring Sinus Infections
What to Do About Recurring Sinus Infections

You feel it as soon as you open your eyes. That pressure across your face. You try to take a deep breath through your nose and know, you have yet another sinus infection. Different than your average cold or flu, a sinus infection is a much different beast. When they are recurrent, a deeper look may be warranted.

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