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Princeton Brain & Spine Medical Director Dr. Nirav Shah discusses our philosophy of medical care.
Philosophy of Care:
Here at Princeton Brain and Spine, we have built a circle of trust, compassion and skill that is almost unheard of in today’s world. I went into this profession to simply care for patients, not to argue with insurers for reimbursement or to hospital administrators over patient’s stay. The foundation of this practice really centers around you, the patient, and not those other individuals. When you are here, you will be treated with respect, our time and you will be given the very best of us.
That is how healthcare should be. Ideal I know, but very possible. We are doing this because we putting your concerns and your health above all other considerations. While we have built the circle of trust, care, compassion as well as skill here, it is you, the patient, who is the actual foundation of our vision and the foundation that our vision is centered around. It is you, our patient, that matters most to us.
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