New Family Medicine Doctor Joins Appalachian Regional Internal Medicine Specialists

img_David_Brendle_DO_500x600We are excited about the new doctor in town and wanted to share his information with you. Many families in the High Country enjoy the holistic approach of medical treatment. David Brendle, DO, joined Appalachian Regional Internal Medicine Specialists in April 2017.

Dr. Brendle was drawn to Osteopathic Medicine because of its holistic approach to treating the patient. Before moving to the High Country, he practiced family medicine in Lenoir, NC. When not at work, Dr. Brendle enjoys spending time with his wife (also a medical doctor), running, cycling and rock climbing.

Dr. Brendle completed his undergraduate degree in Business Administration at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and his master’s degree in Exercise Science at Appalachian State University. Before attending medical school he worked at the Geriatric Research and Education Clinical Center (GRECC) in Baltimore, Maryland. He graduated from medical school at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine in Pennsylvania and completed his family medicine residency at Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte, NC.

If you’re looking for a primary care provider for your whole  family, Appalachian Regional Healthcare offers family medicine in Watauga and Avery County. Call Appalachian Regional Internal Medicine Specialists in Boone or Baker Center for Primary Care in Linville. With several options for providers, you’re sure to find the right for for your family. Baker Center for Primary Care also offers walk-in acute care (sick or injured) visits for both new and established patients. The Baker Center’s walk-in clinic will operate Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.