Dr. Hall’s Private Practice is Not Owned by a Hospital System
A “True” Private Practice Physician
As one of the few primary care physicians whose practice is not owned by a hospital system, Dr. Hall can afford you the best of each of Cleveland’s premiere hospitals and physician consultants, without “being forced” to use any particular system more than another. You can get the absolute best specialty care for whatever medical problem you have.
If you need a difficult cardiac surgery, you will usually be referred to the Cleveland Clinic which is world renowned for all procedures related to the heart. The “Clinic” is also known for it’s Breast Center, Cole Eye Center, and Mellen Center for Multiple Sclerosis.
Patients with cancer are normally sent to University Hospitals Seidman Cancer Center which has a long history of providing the absolute latest and greatest in cancer treatments.
Men with prostate cancer and other urological problems are sent to Dr. Charles Modlin at the Cleveland Clinic Minority Men’s Health Center, or to Dr. Jeffrey Lapeyrollerie at Cleveland Urology Associates.
For dermatology, we refer to Faith Durden, MD at Western Reserve Dermatology.
General surgery patients see Dr. Carl Jackson at (216) 491-7036 and he works out of South Pointe and St. Vincent Charity Hospitals.
Trauma after-care or rehabilitation after a stroke are referred to the MetroHealth system.
And finally for obesity, weight loss, routine cardiac care, and geriatric care, older patients are best treated at St. Vincent Charity Medical Center where individualized care is best delivered.
If you have a hospital system you prefer . . . no problem, Dr. Hall works well with all of the hospitals!
The important factor is that you have the option to have “the best” in whatever problem you have, and not be “stuck” getting care somewhere you are uncomfortable. Having a “hospital-unaffiliated” primary physician allows for an open referral process that is not dictated by hospital employment or “paycheck” loyalty.
When you deserve the best . . . . get the best.