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Dr. Myra Reed Named To ‘Top Doctors in Concierge Medicine’ List for 2016

Published on October 2, 2015 by Dr. Myra Reed

Twenty-one (21) Physicians have been named to Concierge Medicine Today’s annual ‘Top Doctors In Concierge Medicine’ for 2016, a distinction held by less than one percent of doctors across the country each year.

The honorees were nominated by patients, professional peers, staff and others from across the U.S.

The editors at Concierge Medicine Today then carefully selected who considered such factors as: healthcare delivery innovation; clinical excellence; bedside manner; public relations; patient experience; community education; and other relevant indicators.

Catherine Sykes, Publisher of the industry’s medical news and information agency, Concierge Medicine Today and its sister publication, The Direct Primary Care Journal said “Each year, we look for physicians who have made a significant impact on patients, their community, their state, social media, technology and more.”

Dr Myra Reed would like to thank everyone who nominated her for this honor.  She said “I opened my new practice to strengthen my doctor-patient relationships, the way medicine used to be. By limiting my practice to a small number of patients, I’m now able to focus on my patient, not the System!


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