From rural medicine back to ARC

Dr. Robert Y. Meyerson, Family Medicine, has joined the team at ARC Quarry Lake.  

Dr. Meyerson practiced Family Medicine at ARC from 1986 to 2013 before leaving to practice rural emergency medicine in Nebraska and Texas, while continuing his volunteer medical services in rural Fiji.

He says, “I enjoyed my Family Medicine practice at ARC from 1986 to 2013, especially my patients, and I’m glad to be back at ARC.  I continue to try to treat patients as I would like to be treated, or how I would like my friends or family members to be treated.”

Practicing part-time allows Dr. Meyerson to spend more time with his family and activities such as tennis, running, gardening and continuing education, plus volunteering for medical missions.

Welcome Dr. Robert Meyerson!

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