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My approach to treating patients

Dr. Smith is committed to providing the highest quality care to all patients utilizing the latest surgical techniques and an evidence-based medical approach to treatment. He strives to address each patient’s needs in an individualized, compassionate and family focused manner. Recognizing that many children and adolescents have complex problems, Dr. Smith welcomes collaboration with other medical specialists to optimize each patient’s care.

Values embraced by Dr. Smith include honesty, communication and patient and family satisfaction. Dr. Smith also enjoys the input and interaction with medical students and residents and appreciates the opportunity to care for patients at Yale New Haven Children’s Hospital and the Yale University School of Medicine.

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Contact Information

Yale Medical Group--Yale Pediatric Specialty Center 1 Long Wharf Drive New Haven, CT USA 06520 View map Phone 203 737-1616 Fax 203 785-7132

Other staff in my practice

Dr. Smith is very capably assisted in his practice by a number of well trained medical professionals. His superb Medical Assistant, Denise Colagiovanni, is especially helpful in arranging appointments or assisting with and organizing patient care issues.
Please contact Denise at 203 737-1616 for any questions or concerns.

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