Archive for November, 2018

4 Tips to Avoid School-Year Illnesses

November 14, 2018 | Primary Care, Wellness

4 Tips to Avoid School-Year IllnessesIt’s that time of year when school is in full swing, and it’s no secret that germs abound in the classroom setting. However, being proactive when it comes to your child’s health can greatly increase your student’s chances staying well. These four tips will help any age student – from kindergarten to high school – avoid some of those school-year illnesses.

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Discover Quality Care for Adults and Children at the new LeBauer office at Grandover Village

November 12, 2018 | Behavioral Medicine, Primary Care, Sports Medicine, Location

You never know when you’re going to need to call on a doctor, so it’s a good idea to establish a
primary care physician for you and your family before the need for medical care actually arises.
LeBauer HealthCare offers quality care for the entire family across the Triad and is excited to
announce our newest location, Grandover Village. This brand new facility is at 4023 Guilford
College Road in Greensboro, NC. It’s an incredibly convenient location for those located in Grandover, Sedgefield, Adams Farm, Jamestown, and students at Guilford Technical
Community College!

Discover more about the services and team you’ll find in our new office.

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Forging Strong Doctor-Patient Partnerships: Meet Dr. William Kremer

November 8, 2018 | Primary Care, Provider

Dr. William Kremer, a board-certified family medicine physician, has helped hundreds of patients in the High Point and Greensboro area reach individual health goals. Kremer recently joined the new LeBauer Grandover Village office on Guilford College Road and is accepting new patients, as well as welcoming his existing patients.

A strong doctor-patient relationship is at the core of Kremer’s health care philosophy. He sees himself as a guide, resource, and facilitator who works in collaboration with patients.

“I have a passion for people and relationships. I endeavor to know my patients well enough so that our relationship with one another may best improve their health and sense of well-being,” says Kremer.

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