WILLIAM J. McALLISTER, JR, M.D
Is Board Certified In Internal Medicine. He has been practicing Internal medicine in Marin County for 20+ years. he received his Medical Doctorate from the University of Florida. Internal Medicine Residency from University of Colorado Medical Center- Denver, Colorado.
In 2012 he was honored by Checkbook magazine as one of the top 20 Primary Care Physicians in the Bay Area. He is a Senior FAA Medical Examiner.
He holds Professional membership in American College of Physicians and the American Medical Association. He has served as President of American Heart Association, and as Board of Directors with Marin General Hospital Foundation. He has served as Chief of Staff at Kentfield Medical Hospital.
JASON A. GREEN, M.D.
Is Board Certified in Internal Medicine. He has been a Hospitalist Physician at Marin General Hospital for the past nine years. He is a former Chair of Medicine and current Chair of Hospital Medicine at Marin General Hospital. He received his Medical Doctorate from the University of California, San Diego, His Internal Medicine Residency from St. Mary Medical Center-UCLA. He holds Professional Memberships in American College of Physicians and Society of Hospital Medicine and has been elected a Fellow of the American College of Physicians and a Senior Fellow of Hospital Medicine.
We are very pleased to be in our new office space in Corte Madera, and very happy to announce that Dr. Jason Green has joined the practice.
As Internal Medicine physicians, we encourage all our patients to have a comprehensive yearly medical evaluation to give us the information we need to provide you with your overall healthcare management, and potential healthcare risks.
We take pride in being good communicators, coordinating your care with other specialists, labs, and hospitals. We have a 24/7 on call service, so you will always be able to reach a physician.
Crucial questions to ask when choosing a Primary care Physician.
Does the doctor take a thorough medical history
Is the doctor a good communicator. Does he listen carefully and explain clearly what is wrong, treatment choices, what you need to do and what to expect.
Does the doctor work with you to coordinate your care-checking on your progress, telling you about test results, following up with specialists, hospitals and other providers you use, and making sure that you have the help and information you need at each stage.
Does the doctor help you with prevention plans and with programs to manage chronic conditions, will he help in finding supportive resources at home and in the community.
Is the doctor accessible? are you able to get an appointment within a day or two. Can you talk to the doctor by phone?
Check to make sure the doctor is "Board Certified" Board certified doctors have taken at least three years of practical post medical school training and have passed a rigorous exam.
Check on what hospitals the doctor admits patients to.
Whether the doctor is exposed to new medical developments.
Does the doctor use an electronic medical record system, and how it will affect you. EMR's can check for possible drug interactions; suggest tests, diagnoses, or treatments; issue alerts about abnormal tests; prompt physicians on follow-ups and other actions; and give you a record of what happened at each visit.