Dr. William Harb, MD is a colon & rectal surgery doctor who practices in Nashville, TN. He is 47 years old and has been practicing for 18 years. Dr. Harb is affiliated with Decatur County General Hospital, Tristar Centennial Medical Center and Saint Thomas Midtown Hospital.
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Dr. Harb's Care Philosophy
Colorectal surgery is a narrow field. Thus, I am able to concentrate on a limited number of diseases/conditions. This allows me to stay abreast of what is new in my field. I care for problems that may be minor, but certainly don't seem minor to my patients! And I also care for patients with complex cancers, such as colon and rectal cancer. I enjoy talking to people and getting to know my patients. This allows me to match the right treatment to the right patient. While the majority of my practice time is spent in downtown Nashville, I also see patients in Cool Springs, as well as in Parsons at Decatur County General Hospital.
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Likelihood of recommending Dr. Harb to family and friends is 4.6 out of 5
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Dr. Harb Says:
A positive patient experience is extremely important to me. I realize and understand that no one wants to visit a colorectal surgeon. Patient education is a key part of our new patient visit. I believe it is my responsibility to assist each patient in fully understanding their diagnosis and treatment plan--which is why I am dedicated to taking the additional time.