An internal medicine specialist and primary care physician with a focus on preventative care and pain management, Bruce Worrell, D.O. offered patients in the Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky metropolitan area high-quality care backed by three decades of professional experience. He served as a physician for Urgent Care of Hamilton, located in Ohio, catering to the immediate needs of patients in pain. Bruce Worrell also acted as a mobile physician with My Doctor Makes Housecalls, based in Loveland, Ohio, where he visited patients of all ages in the privacy of their own homes and performed preventative and antiaging treatments, as well as some forms of alternative medicine. In addition, Bruce Worrell worked for Health Plus in Cincinnati as an Internal Medicine Physician, specializing in integrative pain management for patients ranging from young adults to senior citizens. Thanks in part to Bruce Worrell’s skills, Health Plus’ patient population increased by 20 percent in the brief time he was there. He also worked for Butler Health Associates in Springdale, Ohio, as an Internal Medicine/Primary Care Physician, where his focus on preventative healthcare and pain management helped the center increase its patient population by 50 percent. Prior to this, Bruce Worrell spent 16 years serving the elderly in a private practice in Deer Park, a suburb of Cincinnati. Bruce Worrell earned his medical degree from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine in 1977 and trained four years at Kettering Health Network’s Grandview Medical Center in Dayton, Ohio. The hospital affiliations possessed by Bruce Worrell include Cincinnati’s The Jewish Hospital of Catholic Healthcare Partners and Mercy Hospital Fairfield in Ohio, and he maintains a courtesy affiliation with Bethesda North Hospital in Cincinnati.