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Qualifications and Experience
Tristan Henn, DO is a qualified primary care physician practicing at Western Reserve Physicians affiliated with University Hospitals of Cleveland, serving Hudson Ohio and surrounding communities. Dr. Henn is dual certified by the American Board of Family Practice and Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. Henn attended the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine, where she received her medical degree and then completed her residency in family medicine at Akron City Hospital, Summa Health System. She received her undergraduate degree from Wittenberg University. Dr. Henn likes to be in constant touch and maintaining long term relationship with patients, where every aspect of care is discussed and every concern of the patient is attended to. She likes to focus on primary prevention by encouraging life style modifications and patient education, which improves quality of life and provides long term benefit to the patient.
Verified Patient Reviews
Dr. Henn was amazing! She took the time to talk to me and answer all of my questions. She went above and beyond, I would highly recommend her!
I enjoyed my time spent with the nurse and the doctor. Dr. Henn impressed me and I recommend her.
Very pleasant visit.
She's great! Very thorough. Very happy to of found such a great doctor. Plus her nurse is great too and so were the front office staff.
Dr. Henn took the time to listen to my concerns and help me to make a plan to a better overall lifestyle!
Dr. Henn was great and her support staff was very nice and took their time with my appointment. The only thing I was surprised by was the facility it's self. It was not as clean as I would expect t for a doctors office. There was dirt gathered along the base of the floor, walls were not clean. I understand it is an older building but it is a medical facility. Also, they have you sign in on white cards that are located by the check in windows as you are standing there giving information- HIPPA - the cards need to be located somewhere else in the room. Get rid of the clutter and have people sign in not where you are checking people in.