“It is essential for patients to have access to primary care physicians that are dynamic, compassionate, and competent in the standard of medical care. We must have an integrated team concept that balances administrative, clinical, and patient participation to achieve better overall outcomes. I am very fortunate to be a member of an organization like ours that delivers this efficient patient based care.”
...I usually leave the office in a better mood than I arrived. On a side note, the ability to view all my medical records, lab results, and doctor's notes online is a huge plus for me. All in all, I am very pleased with the service that Town Center Family Medicine provides.
“Regardless of a patient’s age, family medicine physicians focus on wellness and complete examinations of patients. I believe that by educating, listening, and working closely with the patient, we can make optimal decisions together and obtain the best outcomes.”
“I went into family medicine because I wanted to work with and help people directly. For me, the most important part of medicine is the relationship between the patient and the physician. I view it as a partnership of equals, with part of my role being that of an educator, helping patients to understand their health issues, help them make informed decisions, and empowering them to participate in their own care. I want to help them through their journey of life, from the beginning to the end, physically, emotionally, and socially.”
“With a background in Nursing, patient centered care is my focus, which for the patient includes their family and work life. By working collaboratively with my patients, we create a united approach which allows them to participate in their care instead of just receiving it. I believe through my commitment to continuing education and keeping up to date with current guidelines and treatments, I can optimize their expectations and health.”
“My goal is to educate and assist patients in making healthy lifestyle choices while providing them with competent and compassionate medical care.”