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Dr. Harmon's approach to my care has always been rooted in a thorough understanding of my personal history, current state and future goals. He has proven to be thoughtful, straight forward and effective when directing our conversions, helping me to discover solutions on my own. Even though I haven't needed his counsel on a regular basis for a couple years, he did not hesitate to "join my team of care providers" when I informed him of my recent diagnosis of Stage 4 Pancreatic Cancer. He is a crucial member of this team, guiding me through a range of emotional issues that are new to me. As you know, keeping my mental game strong and staying positive is vital while going though chemotherapy and dealing with a myriad of new health issues. There is no one better qualified, in my book, to help me than Dr. Harmon.
Compassionate, effective care without exception.