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NICK DAVIS, MD, AND ASSOCIATES ANNOUNCES FAMILY PRACTICE TO OPEN IN FALL

Nick Davis, MD, FAAFP, a Board-certified Family Medicine physician, announced he will open Nick Davis, MD, and Associates this fall – serving the Centerville/ Springboro/ S. Dayton, Ohio areas –  offering a membership medicine model for men, women and children. Nick Davis, MD, and Associates will be an affiliate of Ms.Medicine, a national network of membership medicine primary care practices, typically focused on women’s health needs; however, Dr. Davis will see men, women and children.

Nick Davis, MD, and Associates is scheduled to open late October at 2835 Miami Village Drive, Suite 201, Miamisburg, OH.

“I am thrilled to offer primary care in a model that allows patients and their doctor to spend more time together, less time on paperwork, and the chance to focus on wellness and prevention – not just treatment of illnesses,” said Dr. Davis.

The membership medicine model is an emerging model in primary care that works outside of traditional health insurance. Patients have a direct financial relationship with the physician, pay a small monthly (or annual fee) and all visits are included. Patients use their health insurance for needs outside of primary care, such as for specialist visits or hospitalizations, but the enhanced relationship with their primary care physician ensures they have more time together, easier access (same-day appointments and 24/7 access via cell phone) and a focus on overall wellness.

“As a physician, I am passionate about whole person health. Through a membership model practice, I am able to spend more time with patients, allowing us to work together to focus on evidence-based medicine, overall wellness and prevention – and not just taking care of you when you are sick,” said Dr. Davis. “I tell patients, it’s like ‘having a doctor in the family’ –I’m accessible and available to you to answer your health concerns and questions and work with you to live your healthiest life.”

Ms.Medicine is a national network of primary care providers practicing evidence-based medicine. The network was formed to address many complex needs (especially for women) that are often not addressed in traditional primary care settings due to lack of time and training.  As a member of the Ms.Medicine network, Dr. Davis will partake in advance training in women’s health-specific concerns, such as menopause/peri-menopause, sexual health, bone health and more.  Affiliation with the Ms.Medicine network provides Dr. Davis with access to some of the top women’s health internists, as well as an excellent membership model to apply to his own practice.

Dr. Davis is a graduate of Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine in Dayton, Ohio, where he also conducted his Family Medicine Residency, including serving as Chief Resident. He also earned his Certificate in Healthcare Management and Masters in Business Administration from Wright State University.

Dr. Davis provides care for all ages. He has recently served as a primary care provider with Centerville Family Medicine and then Jamestown Family Medicine, providing high quality care for patients from newborn through geriatric years with a focus on prevention, wellness and patient education. He also recently served as the Department Chair for Family Medicine with Miami Valley Hospital, and currently serves as an Assistant Clinical Professor with the Department of Family Medicine with the Boonshoft School of Medicine at Wright State University.

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