- Author:Richard L. M.D. Sribnick,Wayne B. M.D. Sribnick
- Publisher:Walker & Co (April 1, 1994)
- Pages:139 pages
- FB2 format1695 kb
- ePUB format1486 kb
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Smart Patient, Good Medicine : Working with Your Doctor to Get the Best Medical Care. by Richard L. Sribnick.
Smart patient, good medicine. working with your doctor to get the best medical care. Published 1994 by Walker and Co. in New York.
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How to Find the Best Primary Care Doctor. Dr. Michael Sribnick is an internist in Charleston, South Carolina. We need the whole-person story to be most effective and work with the patient as a team. 10 Questions Doctors Wish Their Patients Would Ask. 12 Signs You Should Fire Your Doctor. He received his medical degree from Vanderbilt University School of Medicine and has been in practice for more than 20 years.
Wayne Sribnick, MD is a Doctor primarily located in Columbia, SC. He has 34 years of experience. His specialties include Internal Medicine. Sribnick is affiliated with Palmetto Health Baptist, Providence Hospital and Providence Heart Institute. Wayne Sribnick has been rated by 5 patients.
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