About Dr. Littell, MD
I am privileged to be a family physician. Having the joy of seeing patients from their first days, and at the other end of the life spectrum, being present to patients and their families when they are nearing the end of life on earth - all reminders to me each day of the need to remain humble and to be thankful for the many blessings we enjoy in this great nation. I am privileged to have served in the U.S. Army for seven years, and with the National Health Service Corps. Those years prepared me to become the best family physician I can be, able to care for those from newborn, pediatric, adolescent, and adult medical care. I particularly enjoy the opportunity to care for my patients when they are in the hospital or nursing home, and, when possible, I will see homebound patients in their homes. Being available 24/7 to my patients is, for me, a necessity. I do not want them to end up in the emergency room if I am able to care for them in my office after hours or even provide telephone guidance. Yes, it is a privilege to be a family physician and I am thankful to those patients who have entrusted their care to me.