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Health Care Partnership Dr. Goldrosen is a board-certified specialist in Internal Medicine, and he values building doctor-patient relationships in his practice. "It is important to me that I get to know patients and respect their preferences," he explains. "Everybody is unique, and I enjoy finding the best ways to work with a variety of personalities to accomplish the best and most satisfying result for each patient. Longer-term relationships bring many benefits to the doctor and the patient." Expert Medical Care At Associated Physicians, Dr. Goldrosen provides expert primary health care services for patients throughout adulthood. He diagnoses and treats conditions ranging from minor upper-respiratory infections to chronic illnesses and serious health complications. In addition to office visits, Dr. Goldrosen also manages inpatient care, nursing home care, and end-of-life care for his patients. "I enjoy seeing a variety of patients from adolescence through senior years," he says. "I enjoy being able to work with patients to prevent illness as well as being able to diagnose and treat illnesses if they, unfortunately, occur." Convenient & Comprehensive Dr. Goldrosen received his medical degree from Loyola University in Chicago and completed his residency training in internal medicine at the University of Wisconsin. He serves on the Board of Directors for Meriter Hospital. Dr. Goldrosen joined Associated Physicians in 1999. "We're a smaller group, but many of our patients feel they receive more personalized care here. For example, I see healthy patients in my office for care such as preventive physical exams, while at the same time I'll be managing extremely ill and complex patients in the hospital. This kind of continuity of care is increasingly unique, but it's very important to Associated Physicians, and to my patients and me."