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A new doc in town

Dr. Steve Uzelac
Dr. Steve Uzelac

Marshall Medical Center, headquartered in Placerville, recently announced the addition of Steven Uzelac, MD, to its family & internal medicine office in Cameron Park.

Uzelac is a board certified family medicine physician whose scope includes caring for patients of all ages. He joins Marshall after most recently serving as a staff physician at a community health clinic in Citrus Heights.

A Sacramento native, Uzelac majored in mathematics at UC Santa Cruz before going on to pursue medical schooling at UCLA, where he earned his Doctorate in Medicine. He completed his residency at Sharp Healthcare in San Diego, where he went on to serve as a faculty member as well. He received the Distinguished Resident Physician Award while at Sharp. Upon returning to the Sacramento area in 1998, Uzelac was a staff physician providing full scope family medicine for Planned Parenthood in Roseville and then for Sutter Medical Group in Sacramento. He said he loves El Dorado County and is excited to join the community.

 

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  1. Dr use to be mine for a while In sutter health. I would really like to b his patient again!!! Thanx

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