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Ron Romero


Family Medicine Physician, Prenatal Care Team


Primary Care, Chronic Disease Management, Women’s Health, Prenatal Care, Behavioral Health

Area of Special Interest:

Nutrition/obesity, joint injections procedures, prenatal care, pediatric/adolescent health integrative medicine


Packard Main Ann Arbor




American Board of Family Medicine

Education and Training:

Membership: American Board of Family Medicine, American Academy of Family Physician
Residency: UCSF-Santa Rosa Family Medicine
MD: University of Michigan Medical School
BA: Harvard University

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Recognition and Awards:

Dean’s Merit Scholarship to University of Michigan Medical School
Alexander S. Vita Merit Scholarship to University of Michigan Medical School
John Harvard Scholarship
Harvard College Scholarship
2018 Clinician of the Year, Michigan Primary Care Association

Personal Statement:

I love working as a physician at Packard Health. Getting a chance every day to connect with individuals and families, I have the special opportunity to hear an infinite range of life stories and histories. It is in these stories and lives lived that humanity is expressed and that true relationships form. I value every day I get to do this job, and value each patient who comes in the door. My goal for each person I see is to try to help each one live the life they want to live. Sometimes that means being healthy enough to play on the floor with grandchildren or preparing to add a new baby to the family. At other times, it is losing weight to reduce cardiac risk or overcoming depression. I want my patients to be able to imagine a life where their health (both physical and emotional) is not a barrier to achieving their dreams. Working together, I know we can try to make that vision a reality. I look forward to meeting you!

Dr. Ronald Romero honored as 2018 Clinician of the Year by Michigan Primary Care Association

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