Michele M. Howe, DO

Medical Director, Valley Medical Group - Riverdale

Michele Howe, DO
Specialties
Family Medicine
Primary Care
Gender
Female
Languages
English
Valley Medical Group
Member, ColigoCare
ColigoCare is a network of physicians working collectively to provide the highest quality care to patients and the community.
Appointments
Schedule Online

Location(s)

Riverdale Primary & Walk-In Care

72 Hamburg Turnpike
Riverdale, NJ 07457
Phone: (973) 835-7290
Fax: (973) 835-0696

Education

Education

DO, Kirksville College Of Osteopathic Medicine, 1977 - 1981

BS, St. Peter's College, 1973 - 1977

Internship & Residency

Bi-County Community Hospital, Warren, Michigan, Rotating, 1981 - 1982

Detroit Osteopathic Hospital, Family Medicine, 1982 - 1985

Board Certifications

American Osteopathic Board Of Family Physicians - Certified, 1999

Get to Know Me

What are some of the specific conditions you treat?

Being in FamilyPractice/Urgent Care, all conditions are addressed; some will need specialty care, some not.

What would you like patients to know about your approach to care?

I use a holistic approach. I treat the body as a union of all parts rather than many isolated systems.

What inspired you to become a doctor?

When I was a teen, I looked up to a family doctor who took care of me when I underwent hospitalization. I had interaction with the staff of the hospital and the rest is history!

Insurance

Valley Medical Group providers accept the following plans.

Patient Ratings & Comments

4.9

Comments are gathered from our patient satisfaction surveys.

02/26/2021
Dr. Howe is always attentive and truly cares about and for her patients.
02/23/2021
dr. howe is a great healthcare professional
02/21/2021
total experience was great
02/20/2021
Dr. Howe is excellent!
02/19/2021
Dr Howe ALWAYS shows personal interest in our health. It is continuing interest that is finally starting to win my trust. And particularly that she has remained with the same facility for years. So many doctors come and go, and follow the money rather than show concern for the person behind the patient.