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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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.
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Dr. Lord is one of if not the best doctor I have ever had. My medical care is very complicated and I have to see many different specialist. I am so impressed that Dr. Lord is so aware of the results and plan of care with my specialist. He really take time to communicate and explain his plan and the specialist plan. He knows I am very particular about my medication plan as I have to take medicines for multiple illnesses. He take the time to explain how the medicines work and the importance's of why I need the different medicines. I really don't like taking all the different medicines I have to take but I left the appointment understanding why I needed the medicine.
Dr. Lord always takes time to listen and is familiar with my medical history. He has helped me understand how to better take care of my health. I am grateful he is my doctor and have complete confidence in him.