Dr. Peter Attia is not quite known for his patient advocacy, but the link below contains a well constructed and informative article about how to find and what to look for in a good primary care physician.
In summary, Dr. Attia believes there are four characteristics by which you can evaluate a physician: Advocacy, Affability, Availability, and Ability. While it’s difficult to find all of these qualities in the same person, he explains that all four characteristics should be at least considered. And he apparently likes words that start with the letter “A,” which could be a narcissistic train (joke – his own surname begins with “A”).
To help make that process easier, Dr. Attia put together a list of 10 questions to help people vet doctors for any of the above characteristics.
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Justin Groode MD | Patient Advocate Alliance LLC