Philosophy of Care
I enjoy getting to know my patients as well as caring for their medical needs. In my practice, I have the opportunity to become acquainted with the whole person and the entire family. One of the important tasks I perform as a family physician is teaching my patients how best to care for themselves. I encourage my patients to work with me in preventing illness by arming themselves with information specifically tailored to their needs. Developing long-term relationships fosters good communication with both children and adults. Using technology, such as a medical record computer database, helps keep information organized and allows me to spend more time with my patients. The excellent environment of UC Davis affords me this additional time to work out each patient?s concerns, and gives patients access to advanced medical treatment and information.
Dr. Sprinkle treats the whole person as well as entire families. One of his objectives is to teach his patients how to take better care of themselves.
UC Davis Medical Group, Davis
M.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, 1973
B.A., University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, 1969
University of North Carolina, Memorial Hospital, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, 1974-76
American Board of Family Medicine, 1996
American Medical Association
California Medical Association
Fellow, American Academy of Family Physicians
Yolo County Medical Society