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Dr. Jay B Hill has the following 1 SPECIALTIES
Dr. Jay B Hill has the following 5 expertise
- Pediatric Diabetes
Bridges to Excellence: Physician Office Systems Recognition Program (2019)
This program is designed to recognize practices that use information systems to enhance the quality of patient care. To obtain Recognition, practices must demonstrate that they have implemented systematic office
Graduated in 2004
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More about Dr. Jay B Hill
Thank you for visiting my Web page. I hope it will give you a chance to learn more about me so we can develop a closer bond as patient and doctor. Biography I'm a native Californian, born and raised in Garden Grove. I figured out that I wanted to be a doctor when I was in the third grade and never found anything to distract me along the way. I even knew back then that I wanted to be a kids' doctor. I love to spend my spare time with my family. I have eclectic tastes in music and am a fan of baseball and football (especially the Los Angeles Angels and Brigham Young University Cougars). About my practice As a pediatrician I believe my job is more than just dishing out medications to kids. I always try to help my patients' parents learn about what is going on with their kids and what can be expected. I feel that if I do my job well I can empower parents to learn how to raise healthy children who will thrive for many years after they leave home. How I thrive In my last year of medical residency, I realized that I had been neglecting my health throughout my medical training. I ditched soda (I drink only water and milk now), started watching what I ate, and exercised at least five days a week; I continue to do so today. I jump at any chance to play a team sport (basketball, volleyball, softball, or football). I feel great and my waistline is much trimmer than it used to be.