Meet your provider, David B. Stewart, M.D. Penn State Health
[ Music ] I'm David Stewart. I'm an Associate Professor of Surgery, and I'm a member of the Division of Colorectal Surgery at Penn State. Hello. Hi.
How are you? Good. How are you? I'm okay. From my earliest memory, I just knew I wanted to be a doctor. So what's going on? I enjoy working with patients and being able to provide emotional support to people.
That surgery was the next step toward curing this cancer. What I attempt to do with my patients is to be very personally involved. And I think my patients just feel reassured that I'm engaged in their care.
And that really goes a long way for patients to just be confident that we are going to take good care of them. Can I just briefly take a look at your belly? Certainly. In fact, actually all I really need you to do is just stand up. Dr.
Stewart is a great physician. Very friendly, honest. That looks quite normal. All right. He was just wonderful.
You can eat whatever you want. I have been. Okay.
Good. Yes, because you only said two weeks after my surgery. I was like yeah. Perfect. We have a division that has really set ourselves apart in terms of quality patient outcome. We have a commitment to making sure that we're providing patient surgery that's as technically advanced as they could find anywhere else.
The care that you'll receive here is the best care that you could receive anywhere. It was great seeing you and -- Nice seeing you too. Congratulations on being cancer free. Thanks. [ Music ].
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