FirstHealth Family Medicine accepting new patients at Northwood Landing

By Derek Medlin, FirstHealth Corporate Communications

FirstHealth Family Medicine – Chatham is moving to a new location and is accepting new patients. 

Beginning April 1, Claire Repine, D.O. and Roger Diaz, PA-C, will see patients at Northwood Landing at 40 Ramseur Road, Suite 102 in Pittsboro.  

Claire Repine, D.O. and Roger Diaz, PA-C

Dan Barnes, D.O. and president of FirstHealth Physician Group, said the new clinic space will allow FirstHealth to better serve the people of Pittsboro and Chatham County.

“We are thrilled to make the move to Northwood Landing and excited to see the continued growth of Pittsboro and surrounding communities,” Barnes said. “Family Medicine is a crucial part of any patient’s health care journey, and we are committed to delivering high-quality care to every member of the family.”

Dr. Repine joined FirstHealth in 2023 and has a passion for connecting with people and their families. Dr. Repine brings a commitment to comprehensive care and a genuine love for caring for patients through all stages of their life to her work at FirstHealth Family Medicine-Chatham. She has a particular interest in women’s health care, guiding and supporting women through various health concerns during different life stages.

Roger Diaz also joined the clinic in the fall of 2023 and has 14 years of patient care experience. Diaz serves in the North Carolina Army National Guard and said he was drawn to family medicine because of the opportunities to develop lasting relationships with patients. 

For more information about Family Medicine – Chatham or to make an appointment, call (919) 545-0580.

Primary Care at FirstHealth

FirstHealth’s family medicine providers can treat all ages – from babies to grandparents, while our internal medicine specialists focus on teen and adult patients. All practices include health promotion, disease prevention, health maintenance, counseling and patient education.

FirstHealth’s family medicine providers can diagnose and treat common acute and chronic health problems and medical conditions including complete medical histories, complete physician examinations, assessment of health status, routine lab testing, immunizations and family planning.  Your primary care provider is your main health care provider, meaning they are the person you call for non-emergency health care needs. 

They can and often do the following:

  • Preventive care, including physicals, routine health screenings and immunizations
  • Diagnosis and treatment of conditions
  • Help manage medications
  • Refer to specialty care clinics when needed
  • Coordination of care across the FirstHealth system