Andrews MD. Halitosis
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Andrews MD. Halitosis
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Mark D. Andrews, M.D.
Associate Professor, Family & Community Medicine
Sticht Center on Aging
Bioethics, Health Promotion and Disease Prevention, Cutaneous Cryosurgery, Procedural Medicine, Family Medicine
New Patient Appointments: 336-716-WAKE
Returning Patient Appointments: 336-831-9001
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Dr. Mark Andrews, Peace Haven Family Medicine
Mark D. Andrews, MD
Peace Haven Family Medicine
1930 N. Peace Haven Road, Winston-Salem
336-716-WAKE or 888-716-WAKE
Medical Degree: University of Maryland School of Medicine
Residency: Washington Adventist Hospital, Takoma Park, Maryland
Board Certification: American Board of Family Medicine (Family Medicine, Geriatrics)
Question: What is your background at Wake Forest Baptist?
Answer: I have lived and practiced in North Carolina for more than 25 years. In addition, I have been actively involved in the training of family medicine residents for the past 15 years.
Q: What are your clinical specialties?
A: I am keenly interested in health care issues of the elderly, minor surgery performed in the office, dermatology and cryosurgery. I also enjoy working with families and children.
Q: What is your patient care philosophy?
A: I believe in open communications in the doctor-patient relationship. In particular, good listening skills are critical for physicians - that's the basis for developing and achieving mutual care goals for the optimal benefit of the patient. I also believe that everyone should have a personal medical "home" that serves as the focal point for their acute, chronic and preventive care needs. By establishing an ongoing relationship with a primary care doctor, patients can be assured that their care is readily available, accountable, comprehensive, integrated and satisfying.
Q: What fun facts should we know about you?
A: I am married and have three grown children. My wife, Susan, is a landscape designer and horticulturist teaching at Forsyth Tech. I enjoy reading, family hikes, biking and, of course, ACC basketball. My other interests include travel, wine collecting and oil painting.