Beaufort Memorial specialist opens Lady’s Island Internal Medicine

Philip Cusumano, MD, a board-certified internist, has joined Beaufort Memorial Physician Partners, and opened a new primary care practice. Beaufort Memorial Lady’s Island Internal Medicine is located at 12 Professional Village Circle (off Sea Island Parkway behind Sonic and First Citizens Bank).
Dr. Cusumano comes to Beaufort Memorial from The Cleveland Clinic. A Fellow in the American

Philip Cusumano, MD

College of Physicians, he was a member of the active staff of Meridia Hilcrest Hospital and was an Assistant Clinical Professor at Case Western Reserve University Medical School and a Clinical Professor at the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College.  In addition, he developed and chaired the Committee for Preventive Medicine Curriculum at St. Luke’s Medical Center Internal Medicine Residency program.
Dr. Cusumano received a Bachelor of Science degree in Pharmacy with honors at Ohio Northern University, and received his Doctor of Medicine degree with honors at Wright State University School of Medicine.  He completed his internship and residency in internal medicine at Cleveland Metro General Hospital.
“We are honored and excited to welcome Dr. Cusumano to Beaufort Memorial Physician Partners,” said Sam Derrick, Executive Director.  “He will bring a wealth of experience in compassionate, patient-centered care to our community.”
Lady’s Island Internal Medicine is the seventh medical practice in the growing physician network at Beaufort Memorial.  “Our goal with this new practice is to provide greater access to high quality care close to home,” said Derrick. “We have exciting things planned as we reach out to serve the health care needs of the Lady’s Island, St. Helena, Fripp Island, Dataw Island, Harbor Island, and the surrounding communities.”
Consistently named among the “Best Doctors” regionally and nationally by his peers, Dr. Cusumano has a special interest in taking the time to communicate with and educate his patients.  Because of his pharmaceutical background, he is also interested in evaluating and preventing drug interactions, and employing a range of evidence-based medical therapeutics.
“Patients seek medical care in hopes of having a listened-to, focused conversation about their concerns,” said Dr. Cusumano. “It is our goal that this office will help people negotiate the increasingly complex ‘medical maze’ and find support, healing and hope.”
To schedule an appointment, call Beaufort Memorial Lady’s Island Internal Medicine at 522-7240.

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