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Premier Family Health and Saint Joseph-London are announcing the addition of a new family medicine physician to serve the community.
Leisel Grentz, D.O. has joined the team of physicians at Premier Family Health in London and is now accepting new patients.
Dr. Grentz has been a member of the London community since 1991. She attended college in Maryland but returned to Kentucky to study medicine at Pikeville College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed her residency in Family Practice and Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine at Pikeville Medical Center.
“I am very pleased to return to my hometown to practice medicine with a vibrant and growing practice,” said Dr. Grentz, who has a special interest in women’s health and helping all patients achieve a healthy lifestyle.
According to Farhan Javaid, M.D., Dr. Grentz will help Premier Family Health meet the needs of the practice.
“Dr. Grentz is a terrific addition to our team of physicians,” said Dr. Javaid. “She shares our commitment to delivering the very best care possible and has a great rapport with her patients and their families.”
Dr. Grentz joins Dr. Farhan Javaid, Dr. Donnie Bunch and Dr. J. Derrick Adams in Premier Family Health to provide comprehensive primary care services for family members of all ages.
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