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Dr. Shamis' experience matches your search based on the following criteria:
Based on total number of patients treated over the last 12 months
Specializes in Family Medicine
Board certified in Family Practice
No malpractice claims found
No sanctions found
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Dr. Shamis' bio
This content was provided by Dr. Shamis "Dr. Shamis is a board certified family medicine doctor who joined the medical team at the InnovAge PACE center in Loveland in October 2015. He now provides medical care in a team-based approach to elderly patients with complex medical and social-emotional needs. Prior, Dr. Shamis practiced privately at Associates in Family Medicine in Fort Collins, Colorado. In 2011, Dr. Shamis earned NCQA Level 3 recognition for providing patient-centered medical care. He enjoys focusing on wellness, disease prevention and whole-person care using quality and evidence-based measures. Dr. Shamis completed his residency at Fort Collins Family Medicine Residency Program in Fort Collins, Colorado. He received his Doctor of Medicine from Florida State University in Tallahassee, Florida. He believes strongly in community outreach and organized medicine, and is an active member of the Northern Colorado Medical Society, the Colorado Medical Society, and the Colorado Association of Family Physicians. He enjoys spending time with his wife, children, family and friends, and enjoys running, cycling, hiking and exploring the best trails, restaurants, and craft beers of Colorado."
This content was provided by Dr. Shamis "I am an advocate for team-based, compassionate care. I believe a family physician can serve as a mentor, as a guide, as a role model, and as a friend. I practice a personalized style of medicine - getting to know the person who happens to have a disease is much more important than getting to know the person's disease. It's called "whole-person health care". My goal is to facilitate the best health and care possible. I believe that health is defined uniquely by each person based on their beliefs and values.
I absolutely love what I do–caring for seniors with complex social and medical needs. I feel I am helping make a real difference in the lives of our participants and their families. I am blessed to be able to work with an outstanding team of like-minded professionals, and I feel our community's health will be improved by the work we do."