Your Care Team
"It is my goal to meet the patient's needs. Listening and communication are of prime importance to me. I make sure I understand the patient's problem, give appropriate choices for treatment, and provide education about the nature of the problem and its implications."
"The needs of my patients always come first. I believe that communication is the key component of an effective patient-doctor relationship. I enjoy getting to know my patients, helping to discover what ails them and doing my best to restore the function they have lost."
"I strive to provide personalized, quality health care with the ultimate goal of sustaining or increasing my patients' quality of life. I strongly believe in patient/provider communication, and discussing all medical options, in an effort to find a solution that best fits each individual patient."
"I believe the foundation of high-quality health care begins with trust, understanding, and a commitment to patient-centered care through a team-management approach between patient and provider. This partnership is important in promoting improved health outcomes through education, preventive care, and innovation for the well being of the patient."
"It is my goal to provide the highest quality, personalized care for all of my patients. I believe medical care is enhanced immeasurably when patients are well informed. Therefore, I strive to make patient education a vital part of each visit."
Tamara Jackson, PA
"My goal is to assist each patient in their pursuit of a healthy and productive lifestyle. Optimal results can be achieved by developing a specialized care plan with the patient. This is accomplished by developing a strong patient-provider relationship based on mutual respect, trust, and patient education."
"Of all the things we do, what our patients are most likely to remember is our compassion. To me, being a good health care provider means getting to know my patients, and building a partnership in which they are involved in their own care and empowered to make informed decisions."