Dr. Bruce Burchette grew up in rural North Carolina working on a neighbor’s tobacco farm. While he put farming behind him during medical school and the start of a family medicine career, he eventually decided to reconnect with his farming roots. Burchette, who is a family medicine doctor at LeBauer Brassfield in Greensboro, grows giant pumpkins as a hobby with his older brother, Rob.Read More
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Americans spend a large part of their waking hours at work. Add in exercise, errands, and family time, and schedules quickly become frenzied. That’s why it’s important to find a primary care doctor located close to your home or work. When the main source of your medical care is nearby, you reduce stress and reap major benefits.Read More
Have you ever wondered what the secret is to staying healthy? According to Dr. Katherine Tabori, it’s simpler than you might think.
Dr. Tabori is a board-certified family medicine provider at LeBauer HealthCare’s new Summerfield location. She cares for the entire family, from newborns to grandparents, and enjoys building relationships with patients of all ages.
With a simple approach to health and wellness, Dr. Tabori comes alongside her patients as a partner, celebrating their success and supporting them through challenging seasons.Read More
Dr. Betty Jordan is now seeing patients at LeBauer HealthCare at Brassfield! Learn more about Dr. Jordan in this Q&A:
Q: What do you enjoy most about practicing medicine?
A: I enjoy the opportunity to work with people, patients and colleagues, and through teamwork endeavor toward achieving optimum medical outcomes that promote healthier and happier lives.
When you’re sick or managing a chronic health issue, you turn to your doctor for medical knowledge and expertise. As it turns out, a doctor’s compassion and empathy also has an impact on recovery. While intelligence and skill are important qualities in selecting a doctor, you’ll also benefit if your physician offers a listening ear and compassionate treatment, according to a number of studies.Read More
Dr. Stacy Burns encourages patients to be involved in every step of their healthcare. “One of the things I enjoy most about practicing medicine is the relationships I build with my patients,” says Burns. “I believe doctor-patient relationships should be built on mutual respect and trust to ensure good communication.”
Burns is a board-certified internal medicine doctor who recently joined LeBauer HealthCare on Elam Avenue in Greensboro. She is taking new patients and has experience providing preventive care, diagnosis, and treatment to adults of all ages.Read More
One way to improve your overall health – and recover more quickly if you are ill – is to be sure you have patient-centered health care. In a patient-centered care model, patients are active participants in their health and health care decisions. The patient and doctor talk and agree together on a plan of care. The result is healthier patients who are more successful in managing any chronic conditions and better equipped to make healthy lifestyle changes.
How can you be sure you have patient-centered care?
Following these five guidelines will put you on the right road to partnering with your doctor for better health.Read More
Today’s families are busier than ever, so being able to depend on one physician for your family’s primary medical care makes life easier. That’s where Dr. Renee Kuneff comes in. Kuneff, who is board-certified in family medicine, recently joined LeBauer HealthCare in Oak Ridge, NC. As a family medicine doctor, she is trained to provide preventive care, diagnoses, and treatment to patients for all ages — from infants and children to older adults and seniors.
“It’s a privilege to care for multiple people within the same family, and having that opportunity enhances the bond between doctor and patient,” says Kuneff.Read More
Many of us may go for years with relatively few health problems and are able to rely solely on a primary care physician for check-ups, routine screenings, and the occasional sore throat or cough. However, we’re all susceptible to illnesses that require more in-depth care. You may need to see a specialist for a procedure or to either rule out or confirm a particular diagnosis. At other times, your primary care physician may have already made a diagnosis but wants you to receive treatment offered by a specialist.Read More
Seeing a new doctor for the first time can be slightly stressful, even if you know switching doctors is in your best interest. Perhaps you just moved to a new neighborhood that is no longer convenient to your old doctor’s office or your previous doctor retired. You may have decided a particular physician is not the best match for your personality or health goals.Read More