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

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.

Learn more about Dr. Kremer

What motivated you to pursue a career in medicine?

“I really feel like medicine is a calling. I wanted to be a medical doctor as a child, and growing up in Asheville, my parents were friends with several doctors. However,  I did have a career detour before starting medical school; I worked in a British Leyland Garage in Asheville for three years as a mechanic.”

What is your best advice for staying well and healthy?  

“Remaining active, not smoking, maintaining a healthy weight, and continuing with social interactions are all a part of health maintenance. Staying connected to the people in your life is something we don’t always relate directly to health, but it is so important to quality of life. I also encourage patients to only drink alcohol in moderation or sparingly, and to schedule regular check ups. All of these things can go a long way in achieving high quality of life.”

What are some of your interests outside of work?

“I enjoy spending time with my two teenage sons, and my adopted rescue dog and cat. I am also dedicated to mindfulness and meditation.

One of my greatest passions is restoring old English cars, and I am currently restoring three cars, including a ‘57 MGA, a ‘63 Austin Healey 3000, and a ‘69 MGC. Working as a mechanic in Asheville before medical school prepared me for this, and I am also taking a welding course at Guilford Technical Community College to learn rust and body repair skills.”

Scheduling an Appointment

Kremer sees both adults and children over the age of 10. If you would like to schedule an appointment with Dr. Kremer, complete our easy online appointment request form or call LeBauer Grandover Village at 336-890-2040.

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