Our guide for care:
Support patient's decisions
Educate and encourage patients
Listen to patients thoroughly
Communicate clearly and timely to patients
Treat patients with dignity, respect and compassion
Dr. Ron Lippmann D.O. is an osteopathic physician who studied at Michigan State University. He started his working life at the age of thirteen. At the age of fifteen he started flying lessons. He entered college directly out of high school and graduated from the University of Maryland Baltimore County with a degree in chemistry. He worked as a chemist then he served in the US Air Force as an officer. In his Air Force flying career he served in two wars. After six years in the Air Force he was asked by his own physician if he had considered medicine. One year later he was accepted into Michigan State University for medical school with a full scholarship. After completion of medical school and training he served another 6 years in the Air Force working in the ER, family practice and then aerospace medicine. After separating from the military he worked in correctional medicine as executive physician monitoring training and assisting physicians and mid-level providers in 35 other jails and prisons; additionally he was a full time physician working in a Florida prison. Later he was employed at a jail as a physician. He started a medical practice which bloomed to over 17,000 patients in less than 6 years. Recently he chose a self study to focus on the most essential elements of healthy living and a balanced life. The concept promoted that Dr. Lippmann practices is the body is the boss and wants to heal itself. As a physician he assists the body to heal. Dr. Ron's objective is to improve both the quality and quantity of life for those patient's in his care.