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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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The Personal Side of Medicine: Why it Matters to Dr. Caleb Parker

September 26, 2018 | Primary Care, Provider

Dr. Caleb Parker, board-certified family medicine physician, has joined LeBauer HealthCare at Horse Pen Creek. He recently shared his philosophy of care, tips for staying healthy, and insight into his love of music.

Caleb Parker, MD at LeBauer Horse Pen Creek

What’s one of the most important lessons you learned in medical school?

I got to work with dozens of different physicians. The physicians who took the time to get to know their patients were generally happier.  As I gained experience in my residency, I realized that in order to treat people, you have to get know more than just their blood pressure. There are things going on in their personal life, stress at work that can impact their health.

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Shannon Banks, MD, Brings Her Passion for Serving Our Diverse Community

September 19, 2018 | Primary Care, Provider

Looking for a new doctor can be a little overwhelming. Wouldn’t it be nice to really get to know a little bit about the person you’re going to trust for you and your family’s healthcare? We recently spent some time talking with Shannon Banks, MD, the newest member of LeBauer HealthCare’s growing primary care team. Dr. Banks is now serving adult and pediatric patients at the Brassfield office in Greensboro, N.C., one of the eight convenient LeBauer HealthCare locations in the Triad.

Dr. Banks is new to the LeBauer Brassfield office, but no stranger to Greensboro—she holds undergraduate and graduate degrees from North Carolina A&T State University. A native of Goldsboro, N.C., Dr. Banks chose The Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University for medical school. She also completed her residency at Vidant Medical Center and The Brody School of Medicine at ECU. Dr. Banks is certified by the American Board of Family Medicine, and a member of the American Academy of Family Physicians.

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Get Answers: When to Message Your Doctor Though a Patient Portal and When to Call

April 26, 2018 | Primary Care, Provider

Having breakfast and logging into MyChartYou just saw your doctor yesterday, and she recommended you begin checking your blood pressure twice a day. She also suggested contacting her if your blood pressure stayed over a certain level for more than a day. However, you’re confused about the best times of day to take the blood pressure readings, and you’re not sure you remember her directions correctly. You could call the office, leave a message, and wait for the nurse to call you back. Or, if your doctor’s office offers an online health portal, you could log into your account and check the summary of your visit. You could also send a message to the doctor and be notified by email when he or she sends a response.

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A Healthy Balance: Physician Assistant Samantha Worley Shares Her Recipe for Wellness

March 27, 2018 | Primary Care, Provider

Samantha Worley, PA at LeBauer Horse Pen CreekSamantha Worley, PA, started helping patients achieve a healthy balance before she even completed her physician assistant training. She began her career as a registered dietitian, offering medical nutrition therapy for Cone Health patients for three and a half years.  She helped patients meet specific medical and health goals through nutrition counseling.

“I wanted to widen the scope of how I could treat patients and find other avenues of preventive care in addition to diet,” says Worley of her decision to pursue a career as a physician assistant.

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Staying Active: A Passion for Sports Medicine

February 6, 2018 | Provider, Sports Medicine

LeBauer Horse Pen Creek Provider Michael Rigby DODr. Michael Rigby enjoys living a healthy and active lifestyle. Outside of his work, he spends time with his wife and three children. He enjoys most outdoor activities and mountain biking. Rigby’s passion for health transfers to his love for his patients in sports medicine and rehabilitation.

“‘Objects in motion remain in motion,’ is not only a law of physics, but also of the human body. Finding opportunities to remain in motion throughout the day combined with a plant-based, well balanced diet is critical to staying well and healthy,” Rigby said.

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A Love for Medicine, A Passion for Families: Dr. Erica Wallace

January 22, 2018 | Primary Care, Provider

A Focus on Patient Relationships

Erica Wallace, DO at LeBauer Horse Pen Creek

Dr. Erica Wallace grew up in a small town in northeast Georgia. She looked up to her local doctor,who treated almost everyone in town. “Since the age of 7, I knew I wanted to be a physician,” she said. Now, Wallace aspires to get to know her own patients as well as he did. “I enjoy taking care of the entire family, including multiple generations.”

Wallace is a graduate of the Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine. She completed her residency at Cone Health Family Medicine and worked for Kernodle Clinic in Burlington, NC, for five years. She currently resides in Greensboro, NC, with her husband and two children.

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Compassionate Care Began Before Medical School for Dr. Renee Kuneff

December 18, 2017 | Primary Care, Provider

Renee Kuneff, LeBauer DO at Oak RidgeDr. Renee Kuneff, board-certified family practice doctor at LeBauer HealthCare at Oak Ridge, started gaining insight into the patient experience long before she began medical school. She worked as a labor and delivery nurse and surgical scrub nurse for 14 years before deciding to go to medical school.

“I wanted to do more for patients and be more involved in their care,” says Kuneff of her motivation to become a doctor. “I believe my background in nursing made me into an even better doctor, giving me insight and experience into the medical field and providing me with the tools to give my patients compassionate, personal care.”

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