The General Practitioner (GP) service line refers to a primary healthcare service that provides comprehensive and primary medical care to patients of all ages.
General practitioners, also known as family doctors or primary care physicians, are medical professionals who offer a wide range of healthcare services, including preventive care, diagnosis, treatment, and ongoing management of common medical conditions.

1- Preventive Care: Pediatricians and healthcare providers in the pediatric service line emphasize preventive care to promote healthy growth and development. This includes well-child check-ups, vaccinations, developmental screenings, and guidance on nutrition, physical activity, and safety.

2- Diagnosis and Treatment: The pediatric service line provides comprehensive medical care, diagnosis, and treatment for a wide range of pediatric conditions and illnesses. This can include common childhood illnesses, acute infections, chronic diseases, developmental delays, and behavioral disorders.

3- Growth and Development Monitoring: Pediatric healthcare providers closely monitor the growth and development of children, assessing milestones, physical development, and cognitive abilities. They provide guidance to parents or caregivers regarding age-appropriate development, early intervention when needed, and referrals to specialists if required.

4- Specialized Pediatric Services: Within the pediatric service line, there are various specialized services provided by pediatric specialists. These include pediatric cardiology, pediatric neurology, pediatric gastroenterology, pediatric dermatology, pediatric surgery, pediatric orthopedics, pediatric pulmonology, and many more. These specialists have advanced training and expertise in diagnosing and treating specific conditions and diseases in children and adolescents.

5- Family-Centered Care: The pediatric service line recognizes the importance of involving the family as an integral part of the care team. Healthcare providers work closely with parents or caregivers to ensure their involvement in the decision-making process, provide education and support, and address any concerns or questions they may have.

6- Emotional and Behavioral Support: Pediatric healthcare providers in the service line understand the unique emotional and behavioral needs of children and adolescents. They provide guidance and support for mental health concerns, behavioral issues, and psychosocial challenges that may impact a child’s overall well-being.