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David K. Davis, M.D.

Biography

David K. Davis, M.D., FAAPM&R

  • Board Certified - American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (since 1994)
  • Diplomate - National Board of Medical Examiners (since 1990)
  • Diplomate / Fellow -American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
  • Bachelor of Arts with Cum Laude Honors, Biology (1982)
  • Masters of Science (1984)

Dr. Davis is a native of Michigan, graduating from Albion College in 1982 earning a Bachelor of Arts with Cum Laude Honors in Biology. Dr Davis went on to earn a Masters of Science in 1984, and then in 1989 was awarded a Doctorate of Medicine from Wayne State University. Dr. Davis achieved Board Certification in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation in 1994 and has been providing outstanding medical care to the citizens of Macomb County and the patients at Henry Ford Macomb Hospital, formerly St. Joseph’s Medical Center, since 1993.

Dr. Davis is married with two children, is the son-in-law of the President of Macomb County Community College and is an avid sports enthusiast. As a long-standing member of the American Medical Association, Michigan State Medical Society and the Macomb County Medical Society, Dr. Davis has contributed to the provision of medical care to individuals throughout the county.

Dr. Davis states, "It is my personal mission to provide personalized and expert care to my patients.  I make it a point to address all of my patients needs while providing compassionate care, just as I would for my own family members.  I closely monitor them during their stay in the hospital and after they return home.  I also recognize that my patients’ time is as valuable as my own, so I provide timely appointments consistently.  I enjoy a friendly rapport with all of my patients.  I am truly proud of what I have been able to do to help so many accomplish through their rehabilitation care."