Oakland Southfield Physicians (OSP) is an association of more than 300 independently practicing physicians who provide care to thousands of families in southeastern Michigan. They are family and general practitioners, pediatricians, internal medicine, and specialty doctors who treat their patients as individual people, not a collection of symptoms.

OSP is an Independent Practice Association. When you join OSP, you
  • get the immediate support system of Administrative Network, Inc., a team with more than 30 years of experience that will handle your needs while you concentrate on your patients
  • become part of an association of independently practicing physicians who share common approaches to care
Learn more about the benefits of joining OSP.
Regardless of your medical condition, finding a primary care physician is key to good health. Your primary care physician will partner with specialists and other health care providers in caring for you or your family.

You can start your search for a physician right here.

Within its more than 300 physicians you are almost certain to find an OSP physician who will be conveniently located and will accept your health insurance for payment. Physicians affiliated with OSP furnish patient care services through their own independently owned and operated medical practices located in your community.

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