Wellness Family Medicine Now Accepting Aetna Insurance

Dr. Gordon Early has been accepted to provide services for Aetna.

Spartanburg, SC, November 19, 2017 — Dr. Gordon Early with Wellness Family Medicine has been accepted to provide services for Aetna Insurance. Dr Early has practiced medicine since 1988 and brought his medical expertise to Spartanburg in 1996.

Aetna is devoted to building a healthier world. Founded in 1853, Aetna has developed “core values and corporate beliefs” that “drive the decisions” they “make everyday.” (https://www.aetna.com/about-us/aetna-values.html)

Dr. Early trained in Occupational and Environmental Medicine at Duke University and Family Practice at the University of Colorado where he was a Chief Resident in each program. He holds a Bachelor of Science from Emory University, Medical Doctorate from the University of North Carolina, and a Master of Public Health degree from the University of North Carolina.

He is on staff at Spartanburg Regional and holds a adjunct clinical professorship at Via Osteopathic Medical School. He grew up in Winston-Salem, NC. Following college he taught high school science for two years in Kenya with the Baptist Church.

Dr. Early has special interests in exposure-disease relationships, cancer prevention, and low level toxin exposure issues. He uses information technology to educate and communicate with patients.

Aetna Insurance is “committed to building a healthier world by innovating to make health care simpler, easier, and more convenient.” (https://www.aetna.com/about-us.html)

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