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Why I Chose Grants Pass Clinic by Steven Lali, MD

May 2nd, 2019 | Blog

Dr Lali

Why I Chose Grants Pass Clinic

For the past 3 years I have served the community of Grants Pass.  I do have to say that I have fallen in love with my profession all over again since joining this excellent clinic.  Let me tell you a little about my experience.​

My wife and I first came to Grants Pass in the summer of 2015.  Undoubtedly, the scenery is breathtaking; however, we were amazed with the friendliness of the people we interacted with.  We knew this would be the place for us to settle and raise our family. 

Ever since we moved here, I have been drawn to Grants Pass Clinic.  Their reputation is immaculate. They are known for their camaraderie, wealth of medical knowledge, how well they treat their patients and how long they have served our community.

When I interviewed, I was amazed with the kindness and professionalism of Grants Pass Clinic.  One thing that stood out was that many of the providers and staff have worked here for a long time.  When a doctor has worked in one location for 20-30 years and retires at the same location, it is a good sign.  Even some of the retired physicians came to greet my family and me during the interview process.  This is something I have never experienced before and all of the providers made me feel instantly at home.​

The providers here are very happy and willing to help.  All of us practice with the purpose of doing the right thing for our patients.  It is not a place focused on money, rather on the success and general well-being of our patients; the way it should be.  We share the same goal of genuinely caring about our patients’ health and happiness.   Our roots, as well as our patients, are planted and invested in this fine community.  

The best decision I made was to move to Grants Pass.  The second best decision I made was to join Grants Pass Clinic.​