Adena Health System has announced that primary care physician Matthew Studebaker, M.D., has joined the Adena Health Center – Hillsboro. Since opening its doors almost one year ago, the Hillsboro clinic has been committed to continually expanding its services to provide close to home care to the people of Highland County.
Now accepting new patients of all ages, Studebaker provides a number of services and treatments for chronic medical conditions including diabetes and COPD, as well as annual wellness checks and physicals.
After earning his medical degree from The Ohio State University, College of Medicine and Public Health and completing his family practice residency at Miami Valley Hospital in Dayton, Studebaker opened his own private practice in Brookville, where he provided primary care services to families and individuals for 14 years. He now looks forward to his new position with Adena.
“Working in a rural area like my boyhood home is important to me because I know high quality care is needed,” he explained. “I am also eager to be part of a network like Adena Health System because I now have a team of support and resources and yet, I can still be in a small, community focused practice.”
Among the other benefits of practicing in this region is the personal relationship Studebaker looks to have with his patients and their families. “I believe listening to patients concerns and taking all variables into consideration, is a skill that I focus on and feel that I do quite well,” he said.
A Hillsboro resident with his wife and three daughters, Studebaker is also a member of the American Academy of Family Physicians and Ohio State Medical Society.
To schedule an appointment with Studebaker, call 937-393-7630.
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Submitted by Macey Power, Adena Health System.