Sean Myers, D.O. stays on with KRMC following residency
By Kingman Regional Medical Center Staff
Kingman Regional Medical Center is pleased to announce that Dr. Sean Myers has chosen to practice in Kingman following a 3-year residency in Family Medicine with KRMC. Residency training is the final education stage required for doctors to obtain a medical license.
As a physician at KRMC Primary Care, Dr. Myers cares for patients of all ages, diagnosing and treating a range of both acute and chronic conditions.
Dr. Myers attended A.T. Still University’s School of Osteopathic Medicine in Arizona. He then completed the Midwestern University Family Medicine Residency Program through Kingman Regional Medical Center, deciding to stay in Kingman once he finished.
He credits his decision to the tight-knit community of physicians within the hospital network. “I can easily reach out to any of my colleagues for their input.” Dr. Myers also appreciates the practice of rural medicine. “The smaller environment allows me to be more involved in every aspect of patient care than I could be at a larger city hospital,” said Myers.
As an osteopathic physician, Dr. Myers takes a rounded approach to patient care, encouraging patients to act as partners in their own health and wellbeing.