Ellis Frazier, MD
- Adena Family Medicine - Piketon
- Phone Number:
- Fax Number:
- (740) 289-3989
- Medical School
- University of Kentucky College of Medicine, Lexington, KY
- Grant Medical Center, Columbus, OH
- Professional Memberships
- American Academy of Family Physicians, Asscociation of Clinicians for the underserved, Ohio Academy of Family Physicians, Ohio AIDS Coalition, Ohio State Medical Association, Ross County AIDS Task Force, Ross County Medical Society, American Academy of HIV Medicine
- Association of Clinicians for the Underserved (ACU) Column: Rural Health Issues in HIV/AIDS: Views from Two Different Windows: Pamela Foster, MD, MPH and Ellis Frazier, MD, Journal of HEalth Care for the Poor and Underserved, Volume 19, Number 1, February 2008.
- Clinical Interests
As a family physician with Adena Family Practice a Department of Adena Pike Medical Center, Dr. Ellis Frazier provides care for all ages from babies to the elderly. Dr. Ellis has the philosophy of the small town country doctor who is here to serve the needs of the Piketon community. Dr. Frazier has even been known to make home visits, when needed, for disabled or terminally ill patients.
With a reputation for being compassionate, caring and thorough, Dr. Frazier’s passion is to take care of the “whole” individual. For complex health issues or chronic diseases, Dr. Frazier knows it often requires a number of specialists to provide comprehensive care. Working from his offices in Adena Family Practice - Piketon, Dr. Frazier serves as a “quarterback,” coordinating the unique expertise of each team member when providing treatment options for patients.
Dr. Frazier provides comprehensive lifetime care for all ages, from well-baby visits to annual physicals to sick care. Dr. Frazier treats patients with diabetes and high blood pressure, specializes in treating patients with HIV primary and complex treatment needs.
Dr. Frazier gives time to community service through work with the Ross County AIDS Task Force and as a long-standing member and officer of ACU (Association of Clinicians for the Underserved). He finds it very rewarding to impact care for those who would otherwise not be provided service.