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Andrew P. Patel, MD Providence Medical Group

Languages: English
Specialties:
Accepting New Patients
Professional Statement
I enjoy providing whole-family care, from acute and chronic disease management (including addiction) to preventative care. I value evidence-based and integrative approaches to medicine. Above all, I appreciate the chance to come to know my patients and their families.
Education
Institution
Type
Field of Study
University of Missouri School of Medicine, Columbia, MO
Medical School
University of Missouri Family Medicine, Columbia, MO
Residency
Family Medicine
Professional Associations
Professional Associations:
Community preceptor, Providence St. Peter Family Medicine Residency
Triage editor of medical literature, DynaMed LLC
Volunteer, The Olympia Free Clinic
Member, American Academy of Family Physicians

Publications:
Crawford, B., Patel, A., & Koopman, P. “In healthy adults, does routine vitamin supplementation reduce the incidence of respiratory infections?” Evidence-Based Practice, (20)4, April 2017.
Patel, Andrew and UMHC FCM Clinical Policies/Evidence-Based Practice Committee. “Algorithm: Migraine.” University of Missouri Health Care – Department of Family and Community Medicine. December 2015. Accessible at: http://fcm-algo.missouri.edu/Migraine/Migraine.htm.
Patel, Andrew and Jack Wells. “Is Screening Colonoscopy More Effective than Annual FOBT in Improving Morbidity and Mortality from Colon Cancer Screening in Adults?” Evidence-Based Practice 8th, (18)3. March 2015.
Patel, Andrew and Jack Wells. “Is Screening Colonoscopy More Effective than Annual FOBT in Improving Morbidity and Mortality from Colon Cancer Screening in Adults?” Missouri Family Physician. October-December 2015: 8.
Personal Interests
I enjoy time spent with family, outdoor activities (backpacking, cycling, gardening), various household projects, and sci-fi of all kinds.
Publications
Patel, Andrew and Jack Wells. “Is Screening Colonoscopy More Effective than Annual FOBT in Improving Morbidity and Mortality from Colon Cancer Screening in Adults?” Evidence-Based Practice 8th ser. 18.March (2015): 13.
 
Providence Medical Group West Olympia Family Medicine
1620 Cooper Point Road Southwest
Olympia, WA 98502
360-956-1643