Paul Daluga Jr., MD

Paul Daluga Jr., MD

Undergraduate School
Indiana University

Medical School
Indiana University School of Medicine

Internship/Residency
St. Frances Hospital

Board Certified
American Board of Family Practice

"Primary care Family Medicine is an interdisciplinary team effort with you the patient at the center. As your personal physician I will lead a staff of medical professionals that will help me guide you to the healthiest person you wish to be."



Collette Mercier, MD
Starting May 2014

Collette Mercier, MD

Undergraduate and Medical School
Michigan State University
E. Lansing, Michigan

Internship/Residency
Saginaw Cooperative Hospitals
Saginaw, Michigan
State University of New York, Buffalo

Board Certified
American Board of Family Practice

"The best patient-physician relationship is based on complete respect for the patient's unique background and for their desire to maintain autonomy. Healing, comforting, alleviating pain, restoring junction are the satisfying and realistic goals."



Glen A. Morgan, MD

Glen A. Morgan, MD

Undergraduate School
Wake Forest University (NC)

Medical School
University of Florida College of Medicine (FL)

Internship/Residency
Florida Hospital

Board Certified
American Board of Family Medicine, Sports Medicine

“These are exciting times in the world of medical advancements and the science of optimizing health. This arena has been passion. I am excited to partner with and guide my patients to achieve a vital, active and long life.”



Michael Wald, MD

Michael Wald, MD

Undergraduate School
Washington and Jefferson College

Medical School
Chicago Medical School

Internship/Residency
Montefiore Hospital and Medical Center, New York, New York

Board Certified
American Board of Internal Medicine

"The modern age has brought many technical advances to the practice of medicine. The use of new imaging and procedural equipment has significantly improved diagnosis and treatment. Too often, however, this has removed us from direct patient contact. My approach to patient care certainly includes the latest technology, but equally important is patient communication. Before ordering a battery of tests, I want to talk with and listen to what is troubling the patient."