Mon-Fri, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
1202 W. Cherokee, Suite E
Appointments: 918 / 485-1877
Dr. David Good provides full service family medicine, comprehensive and quality health care. He approaches each patient with an eye for detail, an ear for listening, and a comprehensive approach that results in a good experience and a good outcome. There are a variety of approaches in both the treatment of acute medical problems and preventative care. Dr. Good will explain your options and tailor a treatment plan that honors your feelings and concerns, then will care for you using the latest diagnostic tools and techniques to ensure that you always receive the highest quality care.
Unlike other physicians who specialize in treating one particular organ or disease, Dr. Good, as a family physician, is uniquely trained to care for you as a whole person, regardless of your age or sex. In addition to diagnosing and treating acute and chronic illnesses, Dr. Good provides routine health screenings and counseling to help prevent illnesses before they develop. If a health condition arises that requires care from another specialist, Dr. Good will guide you and coordinate all aspects of your care to achieve the best possible outcome in the most effective manner.
As a family practice physician, Dr. Good treats all ages from infants to elderly. Treatments provided typically include care for chronic conditions, such as diabetes, asthma and heart disease; ear, nose and throat care; minor surgical procedures, mental and behavioral health care; bone and joint care, eye care; X-rays, care of the urinary system, well-woman care, reproductive counseling, family planning, Senior health issues
The Wagoner Family Practice Center can help you stay healthy with an individualized plan of care. The key to maintaining long-term good health is the patient-physician relationship and we work hard to build that relationship. Research shows that people who have an ongoing relationship with a primary care physician have better overall health outcomes, lower death rates and lower total costs of care.