For Joseph Ingrassia, MD, the practice of medicine, and his dedication to patients, have deep roots. His father, who was also a family physician, began his practice in the late 1930s, and instilled in his son a certain approach to taking care of others. In an age when some practices can be rote—with an increasing emphasis on process rather than patient—Dr. Ingrassia takes special pride in continuing the tradition his father began decades ago. That is, to have a personal connection with his patients.
That philosophy is just one of many reasons why U.S. News has named Dr. Ingrassia one of its “top doctors.” It’s a distinction that is determined by a practitioner’s fellow physicians—selected not for popularity, but for ability and how they are regarded.
Dr. Ingrassia is affiliated with Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center, known for its careful selection of physicians and stringent requirements. In addition to his excellent reputation, Dr. Ingrassia is also board-certified.
One of the tenants of Dr. Ingrassia’s practice is careful, individualized patient guidance. When lab results come in, for example, Dr. Ingrassia takes the time to thoroughly explain and discuss the results with his patient.
Likewise, as the medical world becomes more specialized, patients are often at a loss whether to see a specialist or their family practitioner. Dr. Ingrassia doesn’t simply refer to a file or list—instead, he recommends specialists he believes are the best fit for both the problem and the patient.
Dr. Ingrassia is the type of physician families look for—someone who can address their health needs, while providing a highly personalized touch, decades in the making.
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