Lord RW. Pharyngitis 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.
Kirk JK, Davis SW, Lawrence K, Hildebrandt CA, Lord RW Jr. Outcomes and medication use in a longitudinal cohort of type 2 diabetes patients, 2006 to 2012. J Clin Outcomes Manage. 2014;21(1):9-14.
Hall MA, Lord R. Obamacare: what the Affordable Care Act means for patients and physicians. BMJ. 2014;349():g5376.
Lord RW Jr. High physician fees and high health spending [letter]. Health Aff (Millwood). 2011;30(12):2457.
Kirk JK, Davis SW, Hildebrandt CA, Strachan EN, Peechara ML, Lord R. Characteristics associated with glycemic control among family medicine patients with type 2 diabetes. N C Med J. 2011;72(5):345-350.
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Namak S, Lord RW Jr, Zolotor AJ, Kramer R. Which women should we screen for gestational diabetes mellitus? [question and answer]. J Fam Pract. 2010;59(8):467-468.
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I have been coming to Dr. Lord since 2012 & even moved an hour away. I will continue to drive the long distance! Love him!
This was my first visit with Dr. Lord. I am transferring from a Novant physician. I had heard good things about him and everything I was told is true. Nice guy who spent plenty of time getting to know me. I am happy he is now my primary care physician.
I have been seeing Dr. Lord for many years and really trust him. On this visit he was helping me with medication for muscle spasms in my back with a new medication that will also help my mood as the last medication did not work and treating pain in my heel. He really listened to me about these problems as I was anxious about them. He prescribed new medications and explained the treatment plan. I like that he follows up on the multiplicity of my conditions including my mood and diabetes as well as these other problems. I have confidence nothing is overlooked. He is friendly, professional, caring, and trustworthy. A great doctor.
*Dr. Lord is very good and is an excellent physician.
I think *Dr. Lord is an excellent dr. and wouldn't have stayed with him this long.
Dr. Lord has been my doctor for years. He is kind, professional and answers my health concerns and treats a variety of health problems I have. I have a great deal of trust in his judgment.
Very few physicians are as compassionate and clinically excellent as *Dr. Lord - As good as they get. He is God's gift to the hurting & sick.
Dr. Lord is the best. It's just not always easy to get an appointment with him. He stays booked way in advance. Maybe night clinics will make him more accessible.
Dr. Lord is an exceptional doctor. I would recommend him to anyone.
Dr Lord is the most intellegent respectful physician i have ever been to. Always concerned about my well being
He has too many patients and is too involved with a variety of work-related obligations to give the level of care I experienced what we were at the U of IL and U of Wisconsin health care systems.
Eye contact good.
Dr Lord is the very best family dr in the area, in my opinion. It's just not always easy to get an appt with him, because he stays booked up.
Dr. Lord is very personable and friendly, as well as knowledgeable and experienced. I felt like I was talking to a friend.
We are in for a 15 min. check up, he never rushes us or act like he is trying to hurry us.
I have every confidence in Dr. Lord
Dr. Lord is the ideal family practitioner - I just wish he were available for all of my medical needs. I understand why I have to see a resident when I have the flu (or for whatever arises unexpectedly) but I would always prefer to see Dr. Lord.
Dr. Lord is a top notch physician................
I am currently being seen for pain mgmt. and depression. I have never been treated for depression but I wouldn't want anyone else other than this team of healthcare providers taking care of me right now. For me this is not an easy thing to deal with especially with people who know you but everyone has treated me with respect and kindness.
Got into exam room about 25 minutes after appointment time. I was told when I asked about waiting so long that the doctor was running behind. I do understand that sometimes things just happen to cause delays, but it is frustrating.
He is an awesome physician.
*Dr. Richard Lord is an excellent physician - knowledgeable, warm, informative.
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