Lifespan Physician Group

COVID-19 Safety Precautions

Safety remains our top priority.

We always want you to feel confident that you are entering a safe environment when you come to Lifespan Physician Group offices for care. We continue to follow safety guidelines related to COVID-19.

If you have an appointment scheduled, please review this information before visiting any Lifespan facility or outpatient practice for an appointment or procedure. 

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Our Services

Whether you need pediatric care or neurological care, Lifespan Physician Group can help. See our list of services for more information.

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Lifespan Physician Group Primary Care

Overdue for a checkup? Our primary care physicians across the state of Rhode Island are accepting new patients.


Tatiana Bakaeva, MD, PhD

Meet Tatiana Bakaeva, MD, PhD, a neuro-ophthalmologist with Lifespan Physician Group.

About Lifespan Physician Group

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

Our growing network of over 860 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 to all clinical care across the Lifespan health system. 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.

Meet the Lifespan Physician Group primary care providers who are accepting new patients in convenient locations near you. 

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Lifespan Urgent Care

Moderna vaccine, COVID testing and sports physicals available at all three locations.

Choosing the Best Sunglasses

Warmer weather is here! As we enjoy the sun’s rays, let’s also remember to protect our eyes with a good pair of sunglasses.

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How to Tell If It's a Cold, Flu, COVID-19, or Allergies

The many similar symptoms associated with colds, flu, COVID-19, and allergies can be confusing. It is important to understand how these differ so you can best treat your illness and know when it is time to seek medical attention.