Chad W. Yarman, DO
I believe that as a provider, you must treat EVERY patient the exact same way that you would like you or your
family treated. I am also a strong believer in education. If I notice a non-related issue while treating a patient, I
frequently ask if I could invite them into a common forum to express my concerns. I care about my patients
whole bodily function and wellness. Many times it is the the seemingly non-related issue that is currently
causing their medical condition or disease. I also think all providers should maintain proficiency in their fields of
medicine and frequently read current literature and attend medical conferences. Medicine is evolving in so
many fantastic ways! I would say that my number one philosophy of care is that all my patients be well!!
- Immediate Care
- Emergency Medicine
Accepts both children and adults
- medical Spanish
To maintain my passion for the art of medicine. To provide the very best of care to each and every patient that I encounter. To spend those few extra minutes with my patient so that they fully understand their medical condition and to educate them on what signs and symptoms to look for that may warrant a return or a call to their primary care provider. I personally make follow-up phone calls on the patients, especially those that I am concerned about. I very much value patient feedback. It is a valuable tool to aid in improving the standards of care and the systems and protocols that we currently have in place. I am interested in our patients being well!
God and family are very high on my interest list. I believe in having a strong presence at work and home. I am also interested in maintaining balance in my life. I enjoy regular getaways to recharge and rejuvenate. Camping, hiking and kayaking. An impaired, burned-out or unhappy physician can never make a great provider!
School Midwestern University
Graduation Date 06/2001
- American Osteopathic Association
- American Board of Emergency Medicine
Name Chief Resident