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Born and raised in Aliquippa, PA, I am the oldest of two children to my parents Sam and Janice Urick. My brother Nick Urick is a practicing lawyer in Hopewell, PA. My education K-12 was at St. Titus Elementary School in Aliquippa before 9-12 at Our Lady of the Sacred Heart High School in Moon Twp. I earned a BS Biology and a minor in French at Allegheny College in Meadville, PA where I served as president of my fraternity Sigma Alpha Epsilon as well as President of Sophomore academic honor fraternity Lambda Sigma. My medical education was completed at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine in Bradenton, Florida (class 2008). I served as inaugural class president and Student Government President. I served as a student Liasion to the Florida Osteopathic Medical Association 2005/2006. Aside from my education, I am married to Dana (Petronzi) Urick, a Physician Assistant who worked in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine. We have a daughter Lillian Rose born August 2014 and are expecting twins in September 2017. i maintain an active role with my alma mater, OLSH , where I have served on the board of directors and Board chair July 2016 until present. I am passionate about preventive medicine, partnering with patients to find a care plan that will led to restoration of health, as well as blogging about my personal and professional experiences. Physicians are human and I firmly believe that when patients can see beyond the white coat we can accomplish many great things together. If I have the privilege of caring for you or your loved one(s), I will ensure that your needs can be addressed in the most efficient way possible. Heres to your health!
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I believe in more patient centered care and that the exam room should be more of a classroom. The more dialogue that occurs between patient and doctor, the better health outcomes that will be achieved.