Office hours by appointment - Monday thru Friday
2433 Black River St., Deckerville MI, 48427
ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS
The Deckerville Healthcare Services primary care staff of Nurse Practitioners Keith Davidson, Carrie Eugster, Roberta (Bobbie) Weiss, and Pediatrician/Internal Medicine Physician Malorie McVittie, MD want to be your first choice for primary care from pediatric to geriatric.
Dr. McVittie is a Pediatric and Internal Medicine physician. She obtained her Doctorate from Michigan State University College of Human Medicine. She completed her residency in pediatrics and internal medicine at Spectrum Health Residency Program, Grand Rapids. Dr. McVittie also holds a Bachelor of Science in Genomics and Molecular Genetics from Michigan State University. She is a graduate of Deckerville High School.
Dr. McVittie is providing pediatric and internal medicine services at United Pediatrics & Internal Medicine Services in Deckerville on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays and on Tuesdays in Marlette.
"I grew up in Deckerville and am excited to come home to serve my community as a physician. I felt called to use my talents where they would be beneficial and needed here where I grew up. As a mom of three young children and a thumb area resident, I treat patients as I would my own family. I want to form relationships with patients and parents and be a health advocate through patient centered care. Listening to their concerns, offering evidence based advice and educating on disease processes."
Keith's focus is providing primary care to patients 13 years old to geriatric age. The scope of his practice will continue to be based on patient care needs. Keith is a certified DOT examiner.
Keith received his Nurse Practitioner licensure from Maryville College, St. Louis, Missouri. He completed his internship at Deckerville Community Hospital. Keith previously worked in Emergency Medicine as a Paramedic full time for over 15 years and also as an RN for 6 years in Mt. Clemens at McLaren Macomb working on the Medical Surgical/ Infectious Diseases unit. He is currently a Case Manager for the Michigan Army National Guard managing the diverse medical needs of the Soldiers.
"As an avid outdoorsman and longtime resident of Sanilac County, I appreciate the ability to work in my own community and provide quality local care to my neighbors. Sharing the values and interests of many of my patients allows me to connect with them and to share my vision for their health and wellness. My medical philosophy is grounded in my own love for health, wellness, and physical fitness pursuits which is reflected in my desire to empower the community to achieve a vibrant state of health as well."
Carrie is a Certified Family Nurse Practitioner whose scope of practice encompasses pediatrics to geriatrics. She is a Bad Axe native earning both her RN degree and Nurse Practitioner Licensure from Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan. She completed her residencies at local rural facilities. Carrie is a graduate of Bad Axe High School. She is a member of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners.
Carrie brings to us a unique combination of 20 years of clinical experience and knowledge in rural medicine as an Emergency Room RN for 12 years and then 8 years as a Nurse Practitioner. She has a full understanding of being a rural provider by utilizing resources to the fullest while keeping up with aspects of medicine not just one specialty.
"Being a Sanilac County resident, a mom to four active "hockey" boys, and a wife to a husband who teaches high school locally, becoming a part of the Deckerville Community Hospital provider team was an easy decision to make for myself and my family."
Roberta (Bobbie) is a Certified Family Nurse Practitioner whose scope of practice includes pediatrics to geriatrics. She has a special interest in Women’s and Mental Health. Bobbie can effectively collaborate with individuals within the healthcare industry by providing solid communication and healthcare management while creating a positive healthcare outcome for her patients.
Bobbie earned her Nurse Practitioner licensure from Simmons College, Boston, Massachusetts. Performed her residency at Hills and Dales General Hospital, Cass City, Michigan and earned her RN and LPN degrees from St. Clair County Community College, Port Huron and Bad Axe.
She is a Port Hope native and is excited to have the opportunity to give back to the rural area that she grew up in. She raised her 4 adult daughters here and has worked in the Thumb area for the past 20 years as an ER Registered Nurse. "I am very fortunate to have the understanding of our patient’s rural culture and how it relates to their health."
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