While Dr. Hall sees patients of all races and ethnicities, he specializes in the medical care and treatment of African Americans. The office is centrally located on the corner of Richmond and Highland roads in Greater Cleveland. We see patients 18 years old and older and work particularly well with patients with diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, arthritis, smokers, and heart disease. We take the time to get to know you . . . your strengths and weakness, your loves and hates, and your good habits and bad. Dr. Hall was born and raised in Cleveland’s Glenville neighborhood and is very familiar with the challenges and benefits of urban living.
Dr. Hall's office is managed by Robin Smith who keeps everything running smoothly. Patrice is the medical assistant who cheerfully greets and preps the patients for their visit.
Dr. Hall was trained at the Cleveland Clinic and refers his patients to all of the top hospitals in Cleveland and the surrounding areas.
When patients require his personal attention, Dr. Hall admits to St. Vincent Charity Medical Center downtown.
African Americans have the worst health outcomes of all minorities in the US. While access to insurance and high poverty play a part in these poor outcomes, some of the problems seen in the healthcare of African Americans include providers that don’t know the specific differences in the treatment of African Americans.
Did you know:
- Colon cancer screening in African Americans should begin at age 45(not 50).
- There are certain blood pressure medications that cause more problemsin African Americas than Whites.
- Quitting smoking is harder for African Americans because more smoke menthol cigarettesand flavored cigars.
- African Americans are much more sensitive to saltin their diet and this can lead to kidney failure.
As Chairman of the Ohio Commission on Minority Health, Dr. Hall is a national expert in the clinical care of African Americans and speaks frequently regarding the nuances in their care. Cleveland is not just the home of world class hospitals, but also the home of one of the few physicians in the country that brands himself specifically for the care of African Americans and has written a book geared for other physicians and clinicians to help in the clinical treatment of African Americans.
Primary care / internal medicine to adults age 18 and over.
Absolutely, we see many patients of all races . . . but Dr. Hall has a specific expertise in the care of African Americans.
Just call the office and schedule an appointment. It is just that simple.
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