Biography: William Richardson, MD
Certifications & Memberships
- Internal Medicine - American Board of Internal Medicine
University Of Pittsburgh Medical Center UPMC (1996 - 1997)
Residency | Internal Medicine/Chief Resident
Internal Medicine/Chief Resident - University Of Pittsburgh Medical Center Upmc (1994 - 1996)
Internship | Internal Medicine
Internal Medicine - University Of Pittsburgh Medical Center Upmc (1993 - 1994)
University Of Texas Southwestern Medical Center (1993)
Texas A&M University (1989)
Born and raised in Dallas, Texas, Stan Richardson, MD, attended Texas A & M University. He received his Doctorate of Medicine from UT Southwestern Medical School in Dallas and subsequently completed residency at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. Dr. Richardson’s special interests include geriatric medicine and preventive health.
Patient Experience Reviews
I have always had an experience when seeing Dr. Richardson.
Excellent provider. Excellent nurse. Excellent secretary.
I've been seining Dr. W, Richardson for over 15 years, members of my family had seen him as well, I feel I know this Dr. As well as I've known any other,
Very good doctors visit!
Always a good visit and medical care. Questions answered. Dr. Richardson always listens to me.
Love Dr Richardson and his assistant, *** I feel like they are taking good care of me.
I highly recommend the doctors and staff at St Johns
Dr Richardson was very attentive & thorough
Dr richardson is a great physician. Do not lose him to a competing healthcare system
This was my first time seeing Dr. Richardson.
Dr .Richardson has been my primary care doctor for over the past 20 years and I am and have been very satisfied with him and have also recommended him to other family members and my wife see's his wife Monique as her primary care doctor.
Great PCP !very glad he is my physician. Very caring and knowledgeable
Excellent physician, courteous staff, I told Dr. Richardson he wasn't allowed to retire until after I die !
Dr. Richardson is a very easy person to relate to and very professional in his approach to me as his patient.
Very thorough and caring Doctor
*** I'm very pleased with Dr. Richardson in all ways.
Answered and discussed concerns and offered possible solutions, very good experience.
Doc Richardson is the best ***
Always a pleasant experience!
Care provider and staff are the best!!!
I searched the internet to find a family doctor and read many reviews and honestly I didn't find one negative comment on Dr. Richardson and his staff, and truth be told, I agree with them 110% This doctor's the best.
Very good experience with and care from Dr. RIchardson!
Dr. Richardson and his staff are the best.
Dr Richardson is the best doctor I have had in the *** years I have been alive. His appointment book is always full but depending on the urgency they get you in.
I have been with Dr Richardson 23 years I will not go to anybody else period He is that good.
I am almost *** years young. *** Dr. Richardson is the most compassionate primary care physician I have ever had. He explains my care plan thoroughly, explaining the details and reasons why and what he is doing. On every visit I tell him how grateful I am that he is taking such good care of me. Lorie, and all of Dr, Richardson's staff genuinely care for me too. Lorie got me in to see Dr. Richardson very quickly when another patient cancelled an appointment.
Dr Richardson is excellent. Very happy with him
Dr Richardson is very knowledgeable, kind, compassionate, and will spend time with you and answers all questions. He's the best!!!
Doc Richardson really is - The Best
1st visit with a new provider...very impressed
All my experiences with Dr. Richardson and his staff have been excellent. Dr. Richardson and the entire staff explained all elements of my care and answered any and all questions I have had with care, respect and patience.
Dr Richardson, *** and *** are the best! Always listen and answer questions with great patience. I'm very grateful they are in charge of my health.
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As of December 31, 2016, William Richardson did not disclose any Outside Relationships with Industry.