Stanton Road Clinic welcomes new medical director
Randall Trammell, D.O., role as medical director is to facilitate operations throughout the practice in an effort to improve patient care while fostering a quality learning environment for resident physicians and medical students.
By Lindsay Lyle
Randall Trammell, D.O., is focused on treating the whole person. In his new role as medical director of Stanton Road Clinic, he leads a staff dedicated to ensuring every patient is cared for with this approach.
“In doing this, we aim to consistently address the social determinants of health at each visit,” said Trammell, who is also an assistant professor of internal medicine at the USA College of Medicine. “We are grateful to have a robust staff that includes social, dietary, psychology and pharmacy services, which are available to our patients at no cost.”
His role as medical director is to facilitate operations throughout the practice in an effort to improve patient care while fostering a quality learning environment for resident physicians and medical students.
“The flexibility of the role is truly unparalleled, and I've been extremely fortunate for the opportunity to take on such as versatile role,” he said.
A large aspect of his position is working with clinic staff to maintain its status as a Patient-Centered Medical Home. Clinics with this designation are recognized for providing high-quality patient care, reducing healthcare costs, and excelling with regards to staff satisfaction. “We are honored to have this distinction, and the entire staff remains dedicated to improving upon every aspect of the clinic experience,” he said.
“Dr. Trammell is a thoughtful, compassionate and inventive leader,” said Brittany Brown, MSN, RN, director of operations for internal medicine at USA Health. “These characteristics are essential to leading, especially in these unique times. He thinks about outcomes for the institution, the provider, the staff, and the patient collectively when making decisions, which allows for safe, effective and patient-centered outcomes. He possesses the historical knowledge to know where we came from and has a vision to see us lead the primary care industry.”
Trammell earned a medical degree from the University of North Texas Health Science Center-Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine in Fort Worth, Texas. He completed residency training in internal medicine at USA Health. During his last year of training, Trammell served as chief resident and a clinical instructor for internal medicine.
In addition to his duties at Stanton Road Clinic, Trammell is accepting new patients at Mastin Internal Medicine. Call 251-470-5890 to make an appointment.