Renee Fuller, M.D., is board certified in family medicine. She sees patients of all ages at her practice at MidMichigan Medical Offices – Gladwin. Variety is one reason she chose family medicine. “I like providing a wide range of care in medicine and enjoy helping young and old alike,” she said. “Each day is different.”
Dr. Fuller has a particular fondness for pediatrics and working with youth who have attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. She also performs a variety of in-office procedures including biopsies and joint injections.
Philosophy of Care
Dr. Fuller understands the value of open and honest conversations. She strives to make her patients feel at ease in order to encourage trust and enhance communication. “I want my patients to be comfortable,” she said. “I want them to feel that they can ask me anything.”
She also understands the value of information and believes in sharing her knowledge. Whether in an examination room, or at a public meeting, Dr. Fuller enjoys teaching and educating patients and community members about their health.
Dr. Fuller recognizes the unique circumstances under which each patient lives and incorporates each person’s individuality into her treatment plans. “I do what needs to be done in the best interest of each patient,” she said. “It is deeply satisfying when a problem is diagnosed and treated appropriately, and I get to see the results of my work.”
Dr. Fuller and her husband, Fred, who has a degree in social work, have three children - two sons and a daughter. For relaxation, they enjoy hiking and camping.
Special Interests and Procedures
- Joint injections
- Diabetes care and education
- Community education
- Adolescent education