To begin, I would like to thank you for the trust you have given me over the years as your physician. Taking care of you and your family members has been an honor and a privilege.
I am writing today to inform you that as of July 1, 2022, Tiffany Kim, MD will be taking over my practice as I enter retirement. Dr. Kim is an experienced, board certified obstetrician and gynecologist.
In order to help you find another doctor, the following information is provided:
- I am very confident in Dr. Kim assuming my practice. I encourage you to continue your care with her at this location. If you would like to keep your medical care with Dr. Kim, no action is required on your part.
- You may contact the Saginaw County Medical Society at (989)790-3590 for a referral information to another Obstetrician/ Gynecologist.
- If you are in a managed care situation, you may need to contact your health care insurer for a referral.
After the close of my practice, signed requests for copies of medical records can be directed to:
Tiffany Kim, MD
4177 Fashion Square Blvd., Suite 1
Saginaw, MI. 48603
Telephone: (989) 791-9100.
If you have not selected a new physician by the time my practice closes, you can obtain acute, critical or emergency care by calling Dr. Tiffany Kim or visiting Covenant Healthcare Emergency or Ascension St. Mary’s Emergency.
Deborah L. Russell, MD
My name is Dr. Tiffany Kim and I am so excited that Dr. Deborah Russell has entrusted me with her practice and patients! It is such a privilege.
I have known Dr. Russell for over 15 years and was fortunate enough to have her teach me while I was in my residency, here in Saginaw, from 2010-2014.
I moved to Saginaw in 2007 with my husband, Ryan, to continue our medical training. We chose to stay here and make it our forever home. We are raising our 3 young children here and we love it. I am passionate about women’s health and am so excited for this opportunity to provide individualized care to women, of all ages, in the Saginaw area.
Tiffany Kim, MD
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