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Abe Farhat

Coming in August 2023! As an Omaha native, Dr. Abe Farhat is very pleased to be a Family Medicine and Addiction Medicine physician at think. He was drawn to Think Whole Person Healthcare due to its physician-centered approach and its emphasis on delivering high-quality, high-efficiency healthcare.    Dr. Farhat completed his undergraduate degree at the … Continue Reading Article

Brandi Flagg

Dr. Brandi Flagg is a board-certified geriatrician and primary care physician specializing in conditions affecting adults age 65 and older. These include common conditions such as hypertension, diabetes, and chronic lung disease as well as geriatric syndromes such as: frequent falling, dizziness, polypharmacy, and dementia. She is passionate about building lasting patient relationships and delivering … Continue Reading Article

Nada Skaf

Dr. Nada Skaf is a member of the American College of Rheumatology. After completing medical training at Damascus University in Syria, she completed an Internal Medicine Residency at Creighton University and a Rheumatology Fellowship at Case Western Reserve (MetroHealth) in Cleveland, Ohio. Following the fellowship, she worked at Gundersen Lutheran, a health system in Wisconsin, … Continue Reading Article

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Timothy P. Crnkovich

A Doctor of Internal Medicine here at Think, Dr. Timothy Crnkovich enjoys having the opportunity to help someone in a time of need. He has wanted to work in Medicine since high school, where he was inspired by his personal physician. He has been inspired throughout his career by many of his patients and their … Continue Reading Article

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Joedy Istas

Dr. Joedy Istas is a Family Medicine physician here at think, and is a Nebraskan through-and-though. He’s looking forward to seeing patients at Think and continuing to improve the healthcare of the Omaha community. Born and raised in Red Cloud, NE, Dr. Istas attended UNL and then UNMC in Omaha and has been here ever … Continue Reading Article

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Joseph Shehan

Originally from Red Oak, Iowa, Dr. Shehan received a biology degree from Creighton University before studying medicine at Creighton’s School of Medicine where he also completed his residency. Prior to joining Think, he practiced Internal Medicine at the Westroads Medical Group since 2000. He was drawn to Internal Medicine as it offers a global perspective. … Continue Reading Article

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David Thompson

Dr. David Thompson is a Family Medicine physician at think and received his medical degree at the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha, NE in 2010. As a Family Medicine physician, Dr. Thompson enjoys working with geriatric patients and providing care to adult patients with complex medical conditions. Dr. Thompson grew up in Omaha, … Continue Reading Article

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Steven Zuber

Dr. Steven Zuber is a Doctor of Internal Medicine at think. He likes taking care of people with chronic illnesses and making their overall quality of life better, as well as reducing their risk of future complications. He enjoys forming long-term relationships with those that he treats. From a very young age, he has been … Continue Reading Article

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Douglas Russell

Dr. Douglas Russell is Doctor of Internal Medicine at think, and works in the areas of cardiovascular risk reduction, the care and treatment of diabetes, and perioperative risk reduction Dr. Russell graduated with a chemistry degree from the University of Nebraska at Omaha before receiving his medical degree in 1992. After a residency at the … Continue Reading Article

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Robert Recker

Dr. Robert Recker is a Doctor of Internal Medicine at think Whole Person Healthcare. He completed his residency in Internal Medicine in 1997 and has practiced Internal Medicine since. Dr. Recker is board certified in Internal Medicine and is a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha honor society. What most attracted Dr. Recker to think, … Continue Reading Article

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