Why I’m Optimistic About the Future of Primary Care

Previously published on AAFP.org. Click HERE to see the original article. While shadowing me, a premedical student noticed that I entered the lot number of an IUD into my charting. "Why do you have to waste time entering that?" she asked. "Don't you think that IUDs should come with QR codes that can be easily … Continue reading Why I’m Optimistic About the Future of Primary Care

Smart Enjoyable Eating

By Bryan Hendrickson, MD, MS, MSHM Today, I would like to showcase one of our interdisciplinary programs to help patients make healthy lifestyle changes to manage weight.  Our “Smart Enjoyable Eating”, or SEE program is co-led by a nutritionist, a clinical psychologist, and a family medicine physician resident at each visit.  The focus is on … Continue reading Smart Enjoyable Eating