Lifespan Urgent Care

Now open in Warwick and Middletown.

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Lifespan Physician Group

Over 750 health care providers. More than 20 specialties. 31 locations.

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Now Accepting New Patients

Lifespan Physician Group’s primary care practices provide crucial services for your long-term health and well-being. Now accepting new patients at our Cranston and Warren locations.

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Lifespan Plastic Surgery

Our services include hand, cosmetic, cleft and craniofacial, and other surgical services.

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Lifespan Physician Group

IMPORTANT: Due to the rapidly changing coronavirus COVID-19 situation, please review this information before visiting any Lifespan facility or outpatient practice for an appointment or procedure. If needed, please call your physician to reschedule your appointment. 

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Lifespan Physician Group (LPG) has become the largest multi-specialty practice in Rhode Island since its inception in 2012.  

Our growing network of over 750 providers offers a multitude of services that encompass medical areas such as primary care, psychiatry and behavioral health, women’s medicine, urgent care and specialty services including cardiology, gastroenterology and ophthalmology.

LPG’s continuum of care guarantees access to specialty services within our network, as well as reaching all of Lifespan’s clinical care. Our teams provide patients with care ranging from basic needs to the most advanced treatments. Our integrated approach to your care is facilitated by your single electronic health record, MyLifespan.

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Lifespan Physician Group Featured Services

We can offer a variety of services through our wide network of providers. Whether you need pediatric care or neurological care, Lifespan Physician Group can help. See our list of services below for more information.  

Our featured services include:

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