Axillary digital traction maneuver: shoulder dystocia management. Namak S, Beck K, Mertz H, Lord R.. J Fam Med Community Health. 2016;3(4):1086.
Pharyngitis. Lord RW. In: Paulman PM, Paulman AA, Harrison JD, Nasir L, Jarzynka K, eds. Taylor's differential diagnosis manual: symptoms and signs in the time-limited encounter. 3rd ed. Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins;2014: 99-102.
Outcomes and medication use in a longitudinal cohort of type 2 diabetes patients, 2006 to 2012. Kirk JK, Davis SW, Lawrence K, Hildebrandt CA, Lord RW Jr.. J Clin Outcomes Manage. 2014;21(1):9-14.
Obamacare: what the Affordable Care Act means for patients and physicians. Hall MA, Lord R.. BMJ. 2014;349():g5376.
High physician fees and high health spending [letter]. Lord RW Jr.. Health Aff (Millwood). 2011;30(12):2457.
Characteristics associated with glycemic control among family medicine patients with type 2 diabetes. Kirk JK, Davis SW, Hildebrandt CA, Strachan EN, Peechara ML, Lord R.. N C Med J. 2011;72(5):345-350.
Patient characteristics and process of care measures as predictors of glycemic control. Kirk JK, Strachan E, Martin CL, Davis SW, Peechara M, Lord R.. J Clin Outcomes Manage. 2010;17(1):27-30.
Which women should we screen for gestational diabetes mellitus? [question and answer]. Namak S, Lord RW Jr, Zolotor AJ, Kramer R.. J Fam Pract. 2010;59(8):467-468.
Pharyngitis. Lord RW. In: Paulman PM, Paulman AA, Harrison JD, eds. Taylor's 10-minute diagnosis manual: symptoms and signs in the time-limited encounter. 2nd ed. Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins;2007: 103-106.
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doctor Lord. is a very considering doctor when it comes to your health. and the students that he trains they act just like him. very respectful dr. Clark is one in a million. I never met a doctor like him who cares about your well-being I thank God for him in my life. for helping me through my toughest times. I am very thankful to have dr. Clark and dr. Lord in my life. what I love about dr. Lord he will find the solution to your problem. and I love him for my doctor thank you
#10. The likelihood of my recommending *Dr. Lord to others is that it takes so long to get an appointment with him.
Dr. Lord has been my physician for almost twenty years. While I have lived in other states during this time, I've always returned to him from wherever I lived. He's just that good! Baptist should thank God he;s working there, not a better representative on the planet!
*Dr. Lord is the best - He has kept me healthy for 20+ yrs. -
I have told you over and over always the best experience - care.!!!
Dr Lord is great. I am glad he is my doctor.
This provider is OUTSTANDING in terms of communications with me as a person and patient. He provides information and explanations that help me make decisions and make plans.
Dr. Lord a GREAT Doctor
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Dr. Lord is a great doctor. Extremely knowledgeable and always understanding. He listens and explains in terms I can understand.
He treats me very good as a Dr. and person. _____
*Dr. Lord is a great example of what PT/MD relationship can be he should teach communication & compassion to all MD's.
*Dr. Lord is always very caring and helpful. He asks questions to find problems and solutions.
*Dr. Lord is very personable and listens to my concerns.