My goal, as a competent, compassionate and humanistic family doctor, is to provide patient-centric, evidence-based care to people from all walks of life. By combining my skills in technology and my research background, I strive to accurately diagnose illness, emphasize prevention, actively engage patients in their own wellness, and treat every patient with dignity. I love being a family physician because I am able to provide comprehensive medical care for people of ALL ages—from newborns to the elderly. I serve as the patient’s first contact for health concerns. I take the time to get to know my patients and their family. I care for them physically, emotionally, and mentally. Moreover, my training in osteopathic manipulative medicine allows me to apply the healing power of touch for treatment of somatic dysfunction and pain management. Medicine is one of the rare professions that allows me to use my mind, body, and soul to make a positive impact on people’s lives. I chose family medicine since no other specialty shares the genuine patient-physician relationship that develops over years of caring for generations of families. The direct primary care (DPC) model allows me to do exactly this.
06/09: [CONFERENCE] A Cardiologist’s Practical Tips to Reduce Your Cardiovascular Risk
Join Dr Nicole Harkin, MD, FACC in a discussion about evidence-based, practical lifestyle tips that you can implement to optimize your heart health. Go beyond the basics and learn what the latest research has to say about heart healthy nutrition!