Letter from Dr. Tandon
Welcome to the practice and thank you for placing your trust in me. I am an Internist with 20 years experience working in Colchester since 2008. I also currently hold a position as Assistant Professor for the F. Netter School of Medicine at Quinnipiac University and enjoy teaching our future physicians.
In a world of increasing rules and regulations, insurance navigation, and corporatization of medicine, where small practices are constantly being engulfed by larger organizations, I am often asked why I practice medicine as I do.
I believe in making a difference in the lives of individuals on a personal level and promoting wellbeing in the community we live in. Over the years, I have had the privilege of knowing my patients and their families and establishing a good foundation for care.
When a patient calls, he/she is greeted by a human voice, and not a computer-generated voicemail. I see a patient as a whole person, rather than a collection of parts. To assure the best care for him or her, I practice evidence-based medicine. Prompt care for any acute illness is foremost on my mind.
In spite of all the hurdles the health industry faces, I believe ours is the best profession yet. We touch patients’ lives like no other profession does. I value your faith in a small solo practice like mine.
Together we can embark on a long, healthy, fruitful journey of life.