Dr. David Rice to Join Pine Tree Internal Medicine
June 26, 2007
Dr. David Rice
Pine Tree Internal Medicine is pleased to announce that Dr. David Rice will join its practice in July. Their offices are located in the Mt. Blue Health Center next to Franklin Memorial Hospital.
With the addition of Dr. Rice, the adult medicine practice is now open to new patients. Other clinicians providing patient care are Dr. Stephen Goss, Dr. Stacy Hershfeld, and Dr. Robert O'Reilly.
Dr. Rice is a board certified internist with 13 years experience in Texas, where he practiced extensively in hospital and office settings. Most recently, Dr. Rice served as Chief of Inpatient Medicine and as Associate Program Director for Internal Medicine Residency at Scott and White Hospital in Temple, TX. Dr. Rice has also served as an Assistant Professor at Texas A & M School of Medicine, as well as Medical Advisor and Board Member for Hope Force International, a charitable, nonprofit organization that coordinates with other disaster relief organizations to assist with disaster relief and grief consoling through a well-organized network of volunteers and churches.
Dr. Rice completed his internal medicine residency at Scott and White Hospital, and received his medical degree from Texas Tech University Health Science School of Medicine.
According to Dr. Rice, he enjoys all aspects of internal medicine, especially cardiology, nephrology, and diabetic care. He is affiliated with several professional organizations including the American Medical Association, the American College of Physicians, and the Society of Hospital Medicine.
Pine Tree Internal Medicine offers a full range of adult medicine services from routine physicals to managing complex medical conditions like heart disease, cancer, and diabetes. Physicians provide patient education, call coverage 24 hours-a-day, and hospital care for their patients at Franklin Memorial Hospital, where patients may access a full range of diagnostic services and subspecialties. All insurances and health plans are accepted.
Dr. Rice, his wife Holly, and their two daughters will soon move to a home they purchased in Farmington. They enjoy outdoor activities, especially fishing, and are looking forward to experiencing a number of outdoor winter activities that will be new to them.
For more information or to make an appointment, call Pine Tree Internal Medicine at 778-4922.
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