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Lovejoy Health Center Welcomes Dr. Harik to the Team

Danielle Harik, DO, will join the family practice for a one-year position

ALBION – Danielle Harik, DO, will be joining Lovejoy Health Center’s medical team in a one-year position this summer to provide primary care to people of all ages. She recently completed the Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center Family Medicine Residency in Oregon. In 2010, she obtained a Doctorate of Osteopathic Medicine from Michigan State University. Previously, Danielle obtained a Bachelor of Science degree at Lee Honors College of Western Michigan University. Her areas of clinical interest include women's health, international medicine, and nutrition in medicine.

“I am drawn to the Lovejoy Health Center because of the mission to treat people of all ages, regardless of their background or socioeconomic status,” Danielle recently shared. “My residency clinic is a patient-centered medical home and I have greatly appreciated the support of all my colleagues and the myriad of clinic resources available to better serve our patients. I am excited to continue to work in this model with a supportive team as a multidisciplinary approach is best when trying to reach optimal health. Lastly, I was immediately impressed by the warm, welcoming nature of everyone at Lovejoy. I look forward to joining the practice.”


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