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Greg Miller, M.D.

Biography

Greg Miller, M.D., cares for patients of all ages at Lake Regional Clinic - Lebanon.

Dr. Miller has been drawn to medicine since he was 9 years old. He finds it rewarding to help people manage complex medical conditions, and he especially enjoys taking care of children, including newborns and well-child visits.

“The combination of caring for people and the scientific aspects of medicine has always been very appealing to me, even as a young child,” Dr. Miller said. “As I have become more experienced in the practice of medicine, I see the immense value of preventative care and place a strong emphasis on identifying and modifying risk factors and behaviors that may lead to severe disease down the road if left unchecked.”

Dr. Miller chose family medicine so he could develop long-lasting relationships with his patients.

“A good patient-physician relationship begins with mutual respect and developing a familiarity with each other that can provide unique insights into a patient’s needs,” Dr. Miller said. “I feel like the better I can get to know my patients, the better care I can give.”

Dr. Miller joined Lake Regional in 2021.

Learn more about primary care at Lake Regional.

Facilities Lake Regional Clinic - Lebanon
Medical School University of Missouri School of Medicine, Columbia, MO
Residency University of Missouri, Columbia, MO
Board certification

The American Board of Family Medicine

Guide to Patient Experience Surveys and Ratings

Lake Regional Health System values the relationships we have with our patients and their loved ones. As part of our commitment to you, we now post our physicians’ patient experience ratings online.

This guide explains how we capture and report patient experience ratings. We hope this information helps you as you consider appointments with our physicians and providers.


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