Dr. Jeffery Swartz has returned to his alma mater as the Medical Director of the Falcon Health Center at Bowling Green State University. He comes from Partners in Primary Care in Greenville, South Carolina, where he also served as medical director and served as charter faculty at the new medical school, University of South Carolina School of Medicine, also in Greenville.
Dr. Swartz was born at Wood County Hospital and grew up on a farm just outside of Perrysburg. He’s a 1977 BGSU graduate who earned his M.D. at the Medical College of Ohio in Toledo and is board certified in family medicine. He has been in practice for 37 years and has an extensive background in sports medicine and special interest in cardiovascular risk reduction, anti-aging medicine, and patient education.
Dr. Swartz is a strong believer in the Collaborative Care approach to family medicine, in which a personal care physician serves as the patient’s advocate encouraging better healthcare. As part of his role at Falcon Health Center, Dr. Swartz will also be providing patient primary and family care and will be available for appointments beginning the end of July. Appointments can be made by calling (419) 372-2271.
Of his new home, Dr Swartz says, “Falcon Health Center is in a unique position to provide high-quality, cost-effective care. It’s centrally located on Wooster Street at South College Drive, and with the extended hours and onsite services, care is more convenient.”
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