Appointments and Locations
North Hills Family Medicine operates on the premise that comprehensive quality medical care can be provided efficiently and effectively to a family by a well-trained family physician. As board certified Family Practice physicians trained in the broad specialty of Family Practice, we can care for the majority of common medical problems faced by the average family.
Our philosophy is to consider the whole patient by addressing emotional and social needs as well as physical disorders. Our goal is to foster a trusting relationship between physician and patient in the prevention of disease and disability. We hope to serve as the patient advocate in the coordination of the care of complicated or chronic medical problems with other medical care providers.
Health and healing begins with communication - an open flow between a whole person and a wholly engaged physician and medical community. Our philosophy goes beyond today's culture of "fast-food medicine" in order to treat not merely the symptom but the total person.
Our interest is wellness and the prevention of disease through the artful practice of medicine. In creating an individualized care plan, we draw on treatment approaches from around the world bringing together the best of allopathic Western discipline and healing practices of Asian tradition. My experiences and travels in the Army which included repeated trips to Europe have formed my world view of medicine.
As dedicated physicians, my partners and I ascribe to the health and healing of the whole person within the integrated context of his or her life. This encompasses medical issues as well as the psycho-social aspects of living, nutritional well-being, and spiritual beliefs. At North Hills Family Medicine, we are part of an expert team skilled in complementary medical techniques, and have access to the most up-to-date laboratory and imaging modalities for use as diagnostic tools.
2015 Clinic Holidays
We will be closed on the following days:
- April 3 (1/2 day) (Good Friday)
- May 25 (Memorial Day)
- July 3 (4th of July)
- Saturday, September 5
- Monday, September 7 (Labor Day)
- Thurs-Friday, November 26/27 (Thanksgiving)
- December 24 (1/2 day) (Christmas Eve)
- December 25 (Christmas Day)
- December 31 (1/2 day)
- Jan 1, 2016