In the News
NEW LONDON, New Hampshire – February 9, 2021 — WorldClinic, a private telemedicine practice caring for company employees, executives, and individuals and families, has added Dr. Adam Brittain to its medical team as a Senior Physician. Dr. Brittain is an Internal Medicine Physician at the Texas Medical Center and serves as a Hospitalist with the Medical Center Hospitalist Associates. He is trained in Surgery and Internal Medicine and is board-certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine. He is also a member of The American College of Physicians and The American Medical Association.
“In addition to his high level of professionalism, Dr. Brittain brings a broad and unique knowledge base to the team at WorldClinic. His post-graduate training in both general surgery and internal medicine is rare among physicians and adds a new dimension of expertise to our team. We know that his patients appreciate his thoughtful diagnostic skill, and we anticipate that Dr. Brittain will develop into a natural leader among our clinical staff,” said, Dr. Daniel Carlin, CEO and Founder of WorldClinic.
Dr. Brittain was voted one of America’s Top Physicians by Consumers Research Council of America in 2017. Dr. Brittain received his undergraduate degree from Texas Christian University and his MD from the Ross University School of Medicine. He did his surgery residency at the University of Maryland Medical Center/Shock Trauma and Stony Brook University Medical Center in New York and his medical residency at Memorial University Medical Center in Savannah, Georgia.
“If the last 12 months have taught us anything, it’s that telemedicine and new technologies are vital to modern healthcare,” said Dr. Brittain. “Especially now with the Covid-19 pandemic still affecting so many families, it is vital to remember, as physicians, we are treating the person, not their disease. The physician/patient relationship is one of the most sacred interactions, and the trust that both parties impose upon one another is unique. WorldClinic is a patient centric, technology-focused practice that combines the sciences of innovation with the art of old-fashioned ‘doctoring.’”