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First Choice Primary Care was established in 2006. First Choice Primary Care Inc. is a non-profit community health center operating in Macon and Warner Robins. As a community health center, we provide quality care to insured, uninsured, and underserved individuals. We also help you learn more about how to stay healthy, manage any chronic problems, and improve your overall medical status. Dr.Timothy Graves leads a team of doctors and nurse practitioners that focuses on providing quality healthcare to our patients.

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First Choice Primary Care collaborates with other community agencies and organizations to identify and address the health needs of all of our patients. First Choice Primary Care is governed by a board of directors. The board consists of ten members from our local community. The members include: Camile Hope, Jonathan Alderman, Dr.David Parish, Linda Holland, Steve Corkery, Roz McMillan, Marc Whitfield, Dr. Thomas Duval, Marvin Riggins, and Mable Wheeler.

 

Four Convenient Locations to Serve Your Needs

Macon 

770 Walnut Street

Macon, GA 31201

(478) 787-4266

 

Warner Robins 

207 Green Street

Warner Robins, GA 31093

(478) 225-9449

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Macon East

 Health Dept

 171 Emery Hwy.

 Macon, GA 31201

 (478) 787-4266

 

 

Macon 

Ingram-Pye Health Center

855 Anthony Rd

Macon, GA 31206

(478) 621-7955

   

 

 

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Caring Physicians

“I have been a patient of Dr Graves for several years and I find that he is a very good doctor. [H]e has a caring attitude and a nice disposition and has really tried to help me with my medical concerns. He will do anything he can to help a person with their medical problems and trying to find a plan that works for your particular needs. ” // Yahoo Reviewer
 
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4 Star Patient Satisfaction Rating

“Dr. Timothy Graves recieves an overall four start patient satisfaction rating from independent patient reviewers. ” // HealthGrades
 

Healthy Features

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Women's Health

Children's Health

  • The prevalence of obesity among young children from low-income families participating in WIC in U.S. states and territories was 14.5% in 2014. This estimate was higher than the national estimate (8.9%) among all U.S. children in a slightly different age group (2–5 years) based on data from the 2011–2014 National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (7). Since 2010, statistically significant downward trends in obesity prevalence among WIC young children have been observed overall, in all five racial/ethnic groups, and in 34 of the 56 WIC state agencies, suggesting that prevention initiatives are making progress, potentially by impacting the estimated excess of calories eaten versus energy expended for this vulnerable group (8).

Vital Signs

  • Native Americans (American Indians and Alaska Natives) have a greater chance of having diabetes than any other US racial group. Diabetes is the leading cause of kidney failure, a costly condition that requires dialysis or kidney transplant for survival

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