TRAVERSE CITY — Dr. Nathan March estimates he sees about 25 patients a day at West Front Primary Care.
They range in age from newborns to seniors and they come in with a wide array of needs, but March’s mindset toward each remains the same.
“Take care of the patient first,” March said. “Do what’s best for the patient’s interests, and advocate for the patient.”
March is one of hundreds of doctors who are participating in a new network that seeks to improve patient health in northern Michigan while lowering the federal government’s cost for healthcare. The Northern Michigan Health Network is the first of its kind in the area.
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