David Kipper, M.D.
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  The driving force of my practice for the past thirty years has been patient advocacy.  This requires listening to my patients, understanding their lives and how it affects their health, and promoting wellness through education and partnering for preventative care. 
We are a small office – one receptionist and one nurse, however I have a staff of nurses that can provide home care. 
Every patient is different.  Therefore every patient’s health plan must be individualized.  One therapy does not fit all.  Treating illness requires a team.  My practice includes and depends on specialists in all fields.

Individualized Heath Plans
Every patient is different. Therefore every patient’s health plan must be individualized. One therapy does not fit all. Treating illness requires a team. My practice includes specialists that are similarly dedicated to the best care available. I have nurtured very close relationships with medical specialists, including general surgeons, cardiologists, neurologists, endocrinologists, dermatologists, pulmonologists, rheumatologists, psychiatrists, psychologists, addictionologists, nutritionists, acupuncturists, hypnotherapists, and exercise specialists. My close relationships with the imaging centers and laboratories also insures that the appropriate testing and reporting is available without delay, thus minimizing the anxiety that accompanies such scary testing.

Treating the Entire Family
As a general internist, I have the privilege of treating the entire family. Treating the grandchildren of the grandparents that I began doctoring when I began my practice gives me a great sense of pride. No other profession allows for this opportunity to take the journey with a family through the hospitalizations, serious illnesses, deaths, births, birthdays, weddings, and every major event. This close relationship becomes the backbone of the doctor-patient relationship.
“In todays world of medicine giving each patient suffient attention and compassion gets easily lost amongst the worlds of insurance-driven medical care.  Dr. Kipper, however, is a rare exception.  He treats each patient with a standard of care that we all knew in the “old days”, when a doctor could be more concerned with the welfare of the patient then their own liability.”

- Bradley F. Salter, PhD