Sharp Rees-Stealy Medical Group
Selecting a Sharp Rees-Stealy Doctor
Finding your ideal doctor.
When it comes to choosing a physician, it's important to find the right one for you. Your doctor is your health care partner and advocate. You want to find someone with the skills and compassion to exceed your expectations.
Think about what you're looking for in a doctor.
To choose the best doctor for you, it's wise to determine what's important to you in a physician. Here are some questions to get you started:
- Is the doctor's office close to my work or home?
- Do I want a male or female doctor?
- Is the doctor's philosophy of health care in accord with mine?
- Does the doctor speak another language that would be helpful to me?
- Where did the doctor receive training?
- How long has the doctor been practicing medicine?
- Does the doctor participate in my health insurance plan?
- Is the doctor accepting new patients?
Search for a doctor who's right for you.
You can find your ideal Sharp Rees-Stealy-affiliated doctor by calling 1-800-82-SHARP (1-800-827-4277), Monday through Friday, 7 am to 7 pm, to speak with one of our specially trained physician referral nurses who know all about our doctors and can help you find the perfect fit.
You can also search online with our quick, easy-to-use Find a Doctor tool. Each doctor's profile will give you a good sense of their practice, services, educational background and personal interests.
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"I am honored to serve as President of Sharp Rees-Stealy Medical Group where my colleagues and I strive to provide excellent care and always put the patient first."
"Practicing at Sharp Rees-Stealy has allowed me to devote my attention to providing quality care to my patients."
"Along with the present condition, I am concerned and enthusiastic about helping the whole person achieve wellness."
"I deliver excellent medical care to children and teens through a patient- and family-centered environment."
"It is every bit as important to listen to our patients as it is to perform comprehensive evaluations."