Adding to the specialities offered at its Massac Memorial Medical Center, Massac Memorial Hospital announces the addition of Dr. Bharat Patel.
Patel moved his office from the MMH campus to the center located on West 10th Street in January. Providing cardiology and primary care, he is joined by Mallory Wittig, APRN, and Aly Hannan, APRN. He is board certified in internal medicine and cardiology.
“Dr. Patel is a highly respected physician who has practiced medicine in Metropolis for decades. We are thrilled to have Dr. Patel and his team on board with us,” said Lynn Goines, the hospital’s CFO and current interim CEO. “Dr. Patel’s practice at Massac Memorial Center marks a significant addition to the center’s comprehensive medical services. His experience and expertise will be invaluable in helping us continue to provide high-quality care to our patients.”
Patel’s office is located in Suite C of the center, located at 1204 W. 10th St. It is open Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and is accepting new patients. To schedule an appointment, call 618-524-2182.
The Massac Memorial Medical Center also offers primary care by Dr. Jonathon Walters, Ashely Hagerty, PA, Christy Kennedy, APRN, and Ashely Sledd APRN, along with access to specialists — including Dr. James Hawkins, ear, nose and throat; Dr. Michael Hicks, audiology; Dr. Bindu Reddy and Michelle Wharton, NP, pediatrics; and Dr. Terry Brown, sleep medicine — who rotate through the week. For more information, visit www.massachealth.org and click on the Services then Outpatient Clinics links.
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