Where to Get Care

​​​As a Hill Physicians member, you have a few options when you need medical care: your doctor, an urgent care center (or clinic) or the hospital. 

Our Doctors 

Hill Physicians has over 4,000 primary care physicians and specialists in our network. Your primary care physician (PCP) is your go-to doctor for everything related to your health – from getting annual physicals to getting an immunization before flu season. Our PCPs can refer you to a specialist, such as a cardiologist or a neurologist, when you need specialized care. Both PCPs and specialists are located throughout your community, in small private practices, large group practices and larger health systems. Many of our doctors also offer telehealth services like E-Visits and Video Visits, allowing you to get care from the convenience of your home. 

Find a Doctor

How to choose a PCP 

Telehealth information

Urgent Care

When you need non-emergency care and your doctor’s office is closed or can’t give you a same-day appointment, urgent care centers are available. Urgent care centers are staffed by licensed clinicians, have extended hours and can treat many common conditions, including:

  • Aches, pains and headaches

  • Cold and flu symptoms, sinus problems and earaches

  • Constipation

  • Cuts and abrasions, including stitches

  • Minor asthma attacks

  • Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea and minor abdominal pain

  • Painful urination

  • Pink eye

  • Skin allergies, rashes, and insect and animal bites

  • Sprains, strains and minor broken bones

See a list of urgent care centers near you…



Hill Physicians members have access to some of the best hospitals in Northern California. If you need hospital care, your doctor will work with you to determine which hospital fits your needs.​ You should always check with ​your health plan to see which hospitals are in-network for you. See a list of hospitals we work with…


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