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We apologize but we are currently
out of the office and not seeing patients.
Okay, no rumor, one of these gentleman is -not- Dr. Schechterman.
Dear Healthcare Colleague,
Our patients vary from the very robust to the very frail.
The practice focuses on assessment and evaluation of neurocognitive related conditions in patients age 65 and Older. For a majority of such patients, there is no record or documenation of strengths and deficits in the healthcare chart, which can be monitored, prioritized, and treated.
Our patients are referred from Primary Care, Internal Medicine, Neurology, Rheumatology, Geriatric Medicine, and many Other Specialities.
We follow up-to-date practice guidelines (e.g., AACN), use evidence-based NIH and NIA technologies, and rely upon our many years clinical experience, to evaluate most neurocognitive (behavioral and emotional) issues.
The office is set-up to run efficiently which allows us to spend much more time with your patient (and their collateral), providing outstanding care and communication.
We rely on many contemporary digital technologies for most of the practice day-to-day support functions, however, these will never replace the one-to-one attention, time and commitment we give to every patient, every time we see them.
We began taking care of your patient "twenty-six years ago" and we're learning new things from them everyday. We're glad they're here.
Let us know what you think by Contacting Us via the website, by email or by phone.
Andrew Schechterman offers twenty-eight years experience in Neurocognition and Geriatrics, with training at Indiana Ball State University, the University of Utah Hospital and School of Medicine (and Veterans Administration Hospital), and most recently The Cleveland Clinics (Florida, Nevada). His clinical, research and teaching focus is Neurogeriatrics.
His patient experience is within medical-surgical hospital systems, providing differential diagnostics, consultation-liaison, and clinical care. Within these systems of care he and colleagues have developed specialty clinics serving patients with conditions such as Crohn's, Mild Cognitive Impairment, Lupus, Myofascial Pain, and Rheumatoid Arthritis.
Committed to multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary care, he's formed numerous teams bringing together professionals from Anesthesiology, Cardiology, Engineering, Family Practice, Gastroenterology, Gerontology, Internal Medicine, Neurology, Neurosurgery, Occupational and Physical Therapy, Rheumatology, and Speech Language Pathology.
National Provider ID: #1679652184
CAQH Provider ID: #13818473
State of Colorado: #2871 (Supervisory Psychologist)
State of Kentucky: #65825010 (Supervisory Psychologist)
State of Utah: #860 (Psychologist)
APA Member #3433-1162
Intern/Resident: University of Utah (Utah)
PhD: Ball State University (Indiana)
BA: University of Kansas (Kansas)
In addition to clinic practice, he's served as an Independent Examiner for Worker's Compensation and Department's of Disability (KY, UT, WV), and as a liaison for the U.S. Department of Justice, including the Physicians for Human Rights network.
It's a rumor . . . but some folks 'round these parts also know Dr. A as a Principal Human Factors Design Engineer, working with R&D teams at companies such as Canon, Cummins Engine, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, IBM, L'Oreal, Nike and Rubbermaid.
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