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HCMH Welcomes Dr. Codiga to Medical Staff
Wednesday, September 16, 2009 • Posted September 16, 2009

Hill Country Memorial Hospital is welcoming internal medicine physician Michael A. Codiga, MS, MD, to its medical staff.

Dr. Codiga is a Diplomate of the American College of Internal Medicine. He received his master of science in exercise physiology from Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah in 1985. He received his doctorate of medicine from St. George’s University School of Medicine in 1997, and he completed his residency at the University of California at Davis and the San Joaquin General Hospital in Stockton, California in 2000.

His focus and beliefs are based on the preventative medicine and wellness model, and he strives to educate and promote this lifestyle to his patients. He offers same-day sick visits, and he diagnoses and treats complex chronic medical conditions.

He specializes in comprehensive adult medicine consisting of preventative medicine, longevity, exercise and weight management; thyroid and endocrine disorders; diabetes; colon cancer screenings; stress management; depression/anxiety management; lipid/cholesterol management; kidney and lung disease; cardiovascular disease; gastrointestinal disorders; executive physicals; impotence/men’s health and hormones/women’s health.

He is a member of the American College of Physicians, Texas Medical Association and the Hill Country County Medical Society.

He and his wife, Kelly, and their four children moved to Fredericksburg from Cody, Wyoming.

“We are excited to be in Fredericksburg,” Dr. Codiga said, “and I’m looking forward to providing care for patients throughout the Hill Country.”

Dr. Codiga is now accepting patients. His office is located at 820 Reuben Street, Suite B, between Windcrest and Liveoak. Call 830-997-1064 to schedule an appointment.

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