Dr. Andy Fine attended the medical school and graduated in the year 1994 at the medical College of the School of Georgia. From then until today, he has been proven as one of the best Doctors in the world because of his 21 years of experience in the field of medicine.
In his 21 years in the profession, he had received several recognitions. For two consecutive years (2008-2009), he received the Patient’s Choice Award. In 2009, of the same year, was also recognized as the On-Time doctor. In 2012 up to this year 2015, he was commended as an awardee in the annual NCQA Diabetes Physician Recognition Program. These awards are just some of those that he received in recognition for his Excellency in the medical industry.
Because of his expertise and knowledge, he became an affiliate of the 12 different hospitals in the State of Colorado. He served these hospitals with care and sympathy for their patients. These hospitals includes the Centura Health Littleton Hospital, Parker Hospital, Swedish Medical Center, Parker Adventist Hospital, Littleton Adventist Hospital, Centura Parker Adventist Hospital, Avista Hospital, Rose Medical Center, Spalding Rehabilitation Hospital, Centura Health-Litteton Adventist Hospital, Littleton Hospital as well as his own hospital named the Andy Fine, M.D., P.C.
A lot of people who were once patients of Dr. Andy Fine said that he is such a wonderful Physician. He is just quiet when working but he listens very well to his patients. Aside from being professional, he is also courteous. He is a doctor that will help you with the right medication of your chronic illness. Aside from being a great doctor, Dr. Fine also have a great staff as well as convenient office that will make the patients feel comfortable to stay. He is also a good doctor with regards to your follow up checkups.
Because of the expertise of Dr. Andy Fine, a lot of his patients is recommending him to those people who are looking for a great Physician. Dr. Fine is not just a professional doctor but he is also a man with a big heart. He is showing a lot of sympathy to his patients and he gives them some pieces of advice in order to motivate them to continue with their medication and believe that their chronic illness conditions will be given the proper care and medication that they need in order for them to get well.