Dr. Bhat is one of the most caring and thorough doctors I have ever met! She deeply cares for her patients and goes above and beyond to make sure parents understand the treatment plan for their children. Dr. Bhat is gentle and engaging with her patients and I would highly recommend her!
Over the course of one’s profession, you meet few exceptional talented physicians, such as Tricia Bhat, MD. She is intellectually talented and has exceptional clinical skills. She is committed to establishing long lasting positive patient relationships. Previous patient experiences included thoroughness of examination, her ability to answer patients’ questions, and provide clear patient instructions. She is sensitive toward others needs and shows concern for others. She is genuine and her bedside manner is impeccable. She is a doctor who can empathize and understand your needs as a whole person.
-Donna B., BSN RN-BC
Physician Practice Manager
Dr. Labuda Bhat was awarded the Jose Flietes Compassion Award in Medical school and was recognized by fellow physicians repeatedly for her excellence in Adolescent Care in the magazine Columbus Monthly.
Dr. Tricia Labuda Bhat, a graduate of Utica H.S., has over 15 years of board-certified, full-spectrum family medicine experience in international, rural, urban, and teaching settings. At OWU (Ohio Wesleyan University) she majored in zoology and psychology while minoring in chemistry and playing varsity basketball. After graduating from the Medical College of Ohio (now the University of Toledo College of Medicine and Life Sciences) she completed her residency at UPMC (University of Pittsburgh Medical Center).
She also has many youth-focused volunteer experiences including coaching various sports, facilitating Bible studies and youth-group gatherings, providing foster care, and supporting Bhutanese/Nepali refugees. She and her husband parent and intermittently homeschool their 2 children.
Dr. Bhat is passionate about supporting wellness for the pediatric and young adult population, or patients aged 0-26 and their adult caregivers. As a Family Medicine doctor working through the model of Direct Primary Care, some services include but are not limited to: providing preventative care and physicals, and caring for problems with concussions, infections, joints/muscles, mental health, skin, women's health, asthma, cholesterol and other cardiovascular risks. She also offers procedures involving the skin and joints.
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