Dr. Samuels believes that rural family medicine is all about the members of a community taking care of one another. For health care providers, that means serving people you depend on and respect. For patients, it means receiving care from people you know and trust. An intimate setting, such as we have at NorthShore Medical Group and Skyline Hospital allows us to deliver personalized, life long, high quality, up-to-date care. Dr. Samuels look forward to caring for people of all ages, but is especially interested in taking care of geriatric patients.
Dr. Samuels, his wife, Sarah, and their two children spend their time together working around their home, reading, hiking, camping, skiing and biking.
Residency in Family Medicine, La Crosse – Mayo Family Medicine Residency – 2002
Doctor of Medicine, University of Nebraska Medical Center – 1999
Board Certified Family Medicine – American Board of Family Medicine
Clinical Instructor Teaching Faculty, University of Washington School of Medicine
American Academy of Family Physicians